Nowadays, when couples separate – they want to do so with dignity and respect.
Couples who are separating commonly don’t want to go down the expensive route of court and often wish to retain as much control and ownership of the decision making processes that’ll impact their lives in the future, this is where Family Mediation can help.
Even though our legal regulations prevent us from representing you both (conflict of interest), mediation is the best alternative to working with you and your ex, together.
Mediation is the common sense way of resolving family disputes. It provides you a platform where you can engage in a detailed dialogue with your ex which you may be struggling to have due to your break up circumstances. Mediation helps separating couples discuss the sensitive matters you need to address, such as your property or your children.
Family mediation offers a confidential and safe way for you to talk with your ex, but in front of an independent third party who is able to act as a filter between you both. Our mediation process ensures you have your voice heard and gives you lots of information (including legal information applicable to the issues you wish to discuss) so as to equip you with the ability to make your own informed decisions which can subsequently be made legally binding.
Our family mediation process can take many forms; it can be by way of sitting in a room together, via remote video link, you can both be present at the same time OR be seen separately, whereby the mediator will simply shuttle between you.
The process can be adapted to make it as palatable for you as possible. We understand the dialogue you will be having with your ex will be difficult enough and we don’t want you to have to struggle with the actual process itself.
To speak to one of our expert family mediators, you can either call us on 0151 318 1128 or fill in our contact form and we will call you back.
OK, mediation sounds right for me – what else do I need to know?
Here's our top 10 reasons to try Mediation first:
1. Child Focused
2. Stay in control
3. Children's Wishes
4. Safe open dialogue
5. Your voice is heard
6. Work at your pace
7. Cost effective
8. Legal Aid is Available
9. Know your finances
10. Mediation = success
FAMILY MEDIATION – MORE INFORMATION
Below are a list of commonly asked questions from couples looking to separate via Mediation
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