Resources

 


Paula Quinsee

Relationship Expert, Tedx Speaker and author of Embracing Conflict.

Paula works with individuals and couples to help them understand their relationship patterns and dynamics.

For newly divorced/single people, she helps them understand why their past relationships did not work and what they can learn from this going forward.

Get insights and tools to help you with:

  • Why your past relationship(s) failed.
  • Where relationships and couples get stuck
  • What causes relationships to fail
  • How to create a healthy family environment conducive for co-parenting
  • How to pick up the pieces and start over again
  • Support and personal growth

If you have been through a divorce or break-up, are unable to maintain a long-term relationship, or have a string of failed relationships, Paula will help you to make sense of it all and how to change this going forward.

Get in touch with her here: www.paulaquinsee.com, paula@paulaquinsee.com or 083307019

 


Alan José

Family Lawyer and mediator.

Alan works with couples in assisting them, by way of mediation, in coming to an amicable agreement on any and all family law related matter.

Alan, as an attorney who as been practising in the field of family law for over 20 years, is well aware of the damage that litigation does to families. As a result he trained and qualified as a mediator in 2005 and has been mediating since then. He was on the committee for SAAM (South African Association of Mediators) for a few years and is presently on the committee for the Gauteng Family Law Forum.

Via mediation Alan is able to assist parties reach agreement on:

  • Parental Responsibilities and Rights;
  • Residential arrangements;
  • Contact;
  • Maintenance;
  • Accrual;
  • Division of estates;
  • Post-Divorce variations;

 

Meditation saves parties the financial and emotional costs that are invariable incurred during litigation. Not to mention the fact that mediation assists the parties in reaching an agreement in substantially less time that what litigation would.

Alan can be contacted on www.alanjoseatt.co.za; alanj@alanjoseatt.co.za or 082-897-9241.

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