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Hazel Wright reaccredited by the Family Mediation Council as a specialist family mediator

  • February 06, 2019
  • By Hazel Wright, Partner

Hazel Wright has been reaccredited by the Family Mediation Council as a specialist family mediator. She has worked as a mediator for 25 years, and was first accredited on 1st January 1998.

Hazel works as a mediator for separating and divorcing couples (whether married or unmarried). She is qualified to mediate on all issues, including financial and children disputes, which arise on relationship breakdown.

Hunters has particular strength and depth in family mediation and maintains its position in The Legal 500 UK 2019 at Tier 2. The team is recognised as ‘very strong in and committed to the field of family mediation whether children finances or all issues by either sole or co-mediation’. The department has a ‘very solid practice in mediation’ and Henry Hood ‘in particular has an extremely effective style as a mediator and he is going from strength to strength with a high success rate. Hazel is described as ‘bright, quick, empathetic and calm’ and Jo Carr-West is ‘always focused on getting a good resolution for her client’. Henry, Jo and Hazel are Leading Individuals.

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