Mediation Explained


How do I know mediation is for me? 

Mediation allows you to resolve disputes without the financial and emotional cost of going to Court or engaging in lengthy and contentious correspondence.  It leaves you in control of the process and can enable you to resolve your difficulties more quickly that Court proceedings.

Mediation is voluntary and will only take place if those involved agree. It is confidential; your discussions are not disclosed to anyone outside the mediation meeting without your agreement.

In mediation you can discuss your underlying concerns, and make plans for the future.   Mediation can address questions of communication, the anger and frustration that sometimes fuel personal disputes, and in cases relating to children, the parents’ concerns about their children.

You will have the opportunity of discussing all these questions at your initial assessment meeting and of considering alternative ways of resolving your problem.

 

To find out more or to book a mediation appointment, please contact us on 01242 220601.




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“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.”

 
 
 
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