Mediation helps to reduce conflict and resolve disagreements without going to court. It is a way to reach agreement over children, property and finances. It can help at any time before, during or after the end of a relationship.
Meeting with an independent, qualified mediator in an informal atmosphere, the mediator will make sure both parties get a chance to have their say and put their concerns forward and assess different options for going forward.
Mediation is voluntary and confidential. The mediator is impartial and works with you to identify the issues within a relationship and tries to help you reach a mutually acceptable agreement so there is a win-win solution.
Read more about our mediation services here.
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