Mediation for Families
Request a free consultation or download our ‘Guide to Mediation’
Mediation can sometimes be confused with counseling. Mediation is not designed to bring parties back together – it focuses on planning for the future when a relationship has irreparably broken down.
Mediators are professionally trained to facilitate discussion between parties and help you reach a settlement. The mediator’s role includes helping parties identify their priorities and communicate constructively with each other. They are impartial and do not take sides.
Mediation is an alternative way to resolve disputes rather than fighting your case in court. In England and Wales, parties must (with some exceptions) consider mediation before starting court proceedings.
We can offer mediation to assist with financial matters with regard to separation, divorce or dissolution of a civil partnership and private law children matters, such as which parent your child/children will live with and arrangements for spending time with the other parent.
Please use the form to request a free consultation, call 01628 436015 or download our ‘Guide to Mediation’.