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After outlining the origins and development of family mediation on a worldwide basis, this book assesses family mediation services the the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, within the context of the empirical and theoretical debates surrounding the practice. The book argues that the service provided in the Republic of Ireland is appreciated by clients and is successful, although the issue of domestic violence remains. In contrast, it suggests that the absence of service provision in Northern Ireland is problematic, since it undermines consumer choice.