Family mediation allows you to make informed decisions about your future, which will have long term benefits for yourself and for your children. It avoids the cost, uncertainty and bitterness of going to court, or of lengthy negotiations between solicitors.
Children's mediation FAQ's:
- What can we talk about?
- Can mediation involve grandparents or other relatives?
- Are the children involved?
- Can you help if the parents aren't communicating?
- How long does it take?
General mediation FAQ's:
- What happens?
- What do mediators do?
- How do I know it is for me?
- Do I need a solicitor?
- What if we are unable to reach an agreement?
- How does it help?
- What the family courts expect from parents
- How do family mediators help?
- Guide to Family Court applications
- Safeguarding your children's future after separation
- Children, Separation, and Stress
If you would like to arrange a mediation appointment or would like further information, please contact us on 01242 220601
Click here to read Nicholas' article Working Together published in this month's Cirencester News
Click here to read Nicholas' article Reducing the Impact of Separation on your Children, published in this month's Cirencester Scene
Click here to read an interesting article written by Nicholas von Benzon about reducing the stress experienced by children following their parent's separation
“I would like to thank both you and Lucy for such a positive experience, despite the outcome not being as I had hoped. You were both so very kind and I have already recommended your service to a family. One thing I lacked before I cam was the understanding/knowledge that I would be treated fairly in this process. It was so positive and the experience very “gentle” and thoughtful.”