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Family Mediation

Helping You Find a Better Solution

Experienced Family Mediation Solicitors

When a relationship breaks down, mediation between separated couples can be a much quicker and often cheaper way of finding common ground than the traditional Court process.

Mediation is voluntary but if you need to apply to the Court for help dealing with issues relating to financial settlement on divorce or children, attendance at a Mediation Information Assessment Meeting (MIAM) is compulsory in most circumstances.

Our specialist family mediation team are qualified solicitors and have years of experience of handling mediations and dealing with the relevant legal principles associated with financial settlement and children.

They can guide you through the legal process and help find a tailored solution for you both minimising the financial and emotional impact of legal proceedings.

Helping you with family mediation services

Our experienced family mediation team can help with:

  • informing about how mediation works
  • conducting the mediation process itself
  • conducting Mediation Information and Assessment Meetings (MIAMs)

For more information on how we can help you:

  • deal with a relationship breakdown where you are married or in a civil partnership, visit our Divorce and Dissolution page
  • understand the financial repercussions of a relationship breakdown, visit our Financial Settlement page
  • deal with the end of your relationship where you are unmarried or not in a civil partnership, visit our Relationship Breakdown page
  • plan for Asset Protection and how your assets could be dealt with in the event of separation or divorce
  • deal with any children issues, visit our Children page

Expertise

There’s no substitute for hard-earned experience.

Here’s just a few examples of how our family mediation team have helped clients.

We can help you:

  • find common ground and a solution that works for you and your ex-partner or ex-spouse
  • explore options that are tailored to your circumstances
  • ensure the confidentiality of the procedure
  • to have a good working relationship in the future
  • find a solution to your dispute without being dictated to by a judge
  • prepare a document recording your decisions that solicitors use to prepare a binding court order, where necessary

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