Meet the team at New Landscape Mediation Johnathan Pease

Meet the Author: Johnathan Pease

Johnathan Pease is the primary blog contributor here at New Landscape Mediation, and as a highly experienced family mediator, it’s not hard to see why. With over 20 years of experience working in family conflict resolution both as a mediator and Family Consultant, Johnathan has a lot of experience to share to help you benefit[…]

7 things to consider if you are thinking about divorce

7 things to consider if you are thinking about divorce

There is no such thing as an easy, pain free divorce.  Let’s face it – it would be a strange world indeed if we were to get married to someone thinking ‘one day I’ll divorce this person…’ So the majority of people are not really prepared at all for the road that lies ahead. Even in[…]

Understanding divorce part 7 - desertion

Understanding Divorce Part 7: Desertion

In this, the 7th part of our series on understanding divorce we are discussing each of the 5 acceptable facts upon which a petitioner for a divorce may rely when asking a judge to consider whether or not their marriage has broken down irretrievably. If you are unclear on what this means precisely, please see[…]

Understanding divorce part 6 - 5 years’ separation

Understanding Divorce Part 6: 5 years’ separation

In this, the 6rd part of our series on understanding divorce we are discussing each of the 5 acceptable facts upon which a petitioner for a divorce may rely when asking a judge to consider whether or not their marriage has broken down irretrievably. If you are unclear on what this means precisely, please see[…]

Understanding divorce part 5 - two year separation with consent

Understanding Divorce Part 5: 2 years’ separation – with consent

In this, the 5rd part of our series on understanding divorce we are discussing each of the 5 acceptable facts upon which a petitioner for a divorce may rely when asking a judge to consider whether or not their marriage has broken down irretrievably. If you are unclear on what this means precisely, please see[…]

Understanding divorce part 4 - The five facts Unreasonable Behaviour

Understanding Divorce Part 4: The five facts, Unreasonable Behaviour

In this, the 4rd part of our series on understanding divorce we are discussing each of the 5 acceptable facts upon which a petitioner for a divorce may rely when asking a judge to consider whether or not their marriage has broken down irretrievably. If you are unclear on what this means precisely, please see[…]

Understanding divorce part 3 - The five facts, Adultery

Understanding Divorce Part 3: The five facts, Adultery

In this, the 3rd part of our series on understanding divorce we are going to be discussing each of the 5 acceptable facts upon which a petitioner for a divorce may rely when asking a judge to consider whether or not their marriage has broken down irretrievably. If you are unclear on what this means[…]

Understanding divorce part 2 - Grounds for divorce

Understanding Divorce Part 2: Grounds for divorce

In Understanding Divorce: grounds for divorce (Part 2), we will be talking about the manner in which the English Court considers what is required to grant a divorce. In a commercial contract, where two parties agree that their contract should end, then terminating it prior to an official completion date is a simple thing. As both[…]

understanding divorce part 1 - a general overview

Understanding Divorce Part 1: a general overview

If you are reading this, then it is likely that you or somebody you love is about to begin the very painful process of obtaining an official dissolution of a marriage by way of getting a divorce. Understanding divorce, all the options available to you and making a good decision about how you and your[…]