The following case studies are based on actual mediation provided by FDR.
Families come in different shapes including multi-generational families. The common factor is getting the right outcome for the family with the least stress.
In some cases a small amount of support, and the knowledge that support is available if needed, means families resolve their own issues.
When a distressed father approached the FairWay office to ask about FDR he was able to be seen immediately by a mediator on duty.
A recent case involved some parents who had a dispute about whether to send a child to the local state school or to a church-based school. It seemed on the face of it, unlikely that this matter could be resolved at mediation.