Family Mediation Law Service
Support For Individuals, Couples, & Families
We are a Specialist Accredited Family Mediation Council Member firm.
Our Approach & Values
Our objective is to help separating couples whether cohabiting, married or in a civil partnership, to reach agreement on matters concerning children, pets, property and finances. To do so without the financial and emotional toll of going through the full legal process and Courts, benefiting all involved. To do so by reaching a voluntary and amicable agreement between themselves in a friendly and safe environment, which they sign and is legally binding. In doing so, helping them to save time and money, whilst ending on better terms and with lesser impact on their loved ones including children.
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Why Consider Family Mediation For Mediation Law Services
As we saw in 2020 and 2021, during the Covid-19 pandemic, there were significant delays within many organisations and the Courts were no exception to this. Even under normal circumstances when instructing solicitors and going through the Courts, divorces and other associated matters can take years to resolve, whereas Family Mediation Service provides a faster, cheaper and more amicable alternative that takes a lesser emotional toll on separating and divorcing couples along with all around them including children.
Clients That We Have Helped
Clients through the mediation process have felt in control, not lost in a legal process. They’ve been able to conclude things more amicably and move forward more quickly to get on with their lives.
For separating or divorcing couples where decisions need to be made concerning children, property and finances it is often a requirement that Family Mediations is sought before the Courts are able to become involved. Domestic violence is one example of an exception to this requirement. In cases where an exception does not apply, mediation must first be attempted. If having mediated, the separating or divorcing couple still wish to go to Court, they will require a certificate which can only be provided by an Accredited Mediator. It is therefore important to use a mediator that is fully accredited as only they can issue the certificate required by the Courts.
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Weekend appointments are available on request
*We can offer a limited number of pre-arranged mediation sessions outside of office hours subject to agreement and availability. All mediation sessions are held either at our offices or remotely via video conferencing software e.g. Zoom.