Resolve family disputes and disagreements
When you feel that a family matter cannot be resolved, it can be hard knowing what to do next, particularly when children are involved.
Family mediation can help people like you to resolve disputes and disagreements and avoid going through the court system. Getting a resolution is the best outcome for all involved and we are here to guide you through the process.
How Does Mediation Work?
Mediation involves a couple attending a series of meetings with a neutral third party called a mediator. The mediator can’t give you legal advice, but will try to help you reach an agreement. The aim is to come to an agreement on whatever matter needs resolving. This might be related to property, children, money, or assets, for example.
It may take several meetings to come to an agreement that suits both parties, but this can still be a cost-effective option overall.
Get a fair deal
We aim to get you everything you’re entitled to, delivering the best deal for your situation.
Keep out of court
95% of our cases are agreed out of court which saves you time, money and stress.
Avoid costly mistakes
We spot and avoid problems before they happen.
With our expert solicitors, you’ll get a better outcome and save money.
On your side
We are caring and compassionate and will look after you.
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