Family Mediation is a quick and effective way of resolving disputes which arise from relationship breakdown. With the help of a qualified specialist mediators, clients can achieve agreement on all issues in dispute.
Mediation can deal with issues relating to children, including for example contact with children, residence and relocation. Mediation can also be used to resolve financial issues relating to relationship breakdown including maintenance for children and/or former partner, property disputes and pensions.
The common issues which need to be resolved when considering children include:
Where the children will live
How and when they have contact with their parents
How they spend holidays, birthdays and other special occasions
On-going communication between parents regarding the children
Issues relating to schooling
Common issues which arise relating to property and finance are: –
What to do with the former family home
Interest in business
Family Mediation can be used whether you were married, in a civil partnership or cohabiting.
Our Family Mediators are trained and accredited by the Family Mediators Association and/or Resolution and are skilled at assisting clients communicate effectively to resolve all issues in dispute. Generally matters discussed in mediation are confidential which allow clients to discuss issues freely and openly.
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