At the end of a marriage emotions are inevitably highly charged. Acrimony, anger and resentment can make the whole process very bitter. Mediation can help you focus on the issues that matter to you, and make sure arrangements are made to enable you to move forward with your life.
Married couples coming to mediation about a divorce often want to talk about not only the children, their financial situation but also around the details of the divorce of the process. Mediation for divorcing couples can cover both children and finances. Issues around the grounds for the divorce, and what goes in the court papers can also be very important for the individual concerned.
One of the great benefits of using the in person service or Family Mediation Online is that these discussions can take place at appointment times convenient for both parties. Part of the mediation process also means that you can talk about any underlying issues that do not form part of the judicial process. They can be a wide-ranging as you wish. In mediation you set the boundaries, you set the agenda for the mediator guards the process. Some people need to talk about arrangements the children first, others the grounds divorce and others the finances. The mediation, whole conversation can be had in an order that suits you.
As a specialist accredited family mediator, and still practising solicitor you can be assured I have the necessary expertise to facilitate the process.
Please ‘phone me on 0333 772 9763 or use the Contact Form. The first call is free, no obligation and no pressure. Find out what your options really are.
'The first time I spoke to John I put the phone down thinking I’d just spoken to a friend, not a solicitor that I had never met. Throughout, John communicated to me on my level and was always clear, easy to understand and prepared to explain his reasoning.'MW