Family Mediation Service UK
What is Family Mediation? Pre- Court Mediation Asessments Meetings are compulsory from 6 April 2011. Separating couples must be assessed whether mediation is a better way of resolving disputes and more suitable than battling over the children, finances, property in court.
Our Family Mediation Service (uk) is a way of resolving issues that arise when a relationship breaks down and a couple decide to part. It helps to strengthen your relationship and reconcile or move on as a individual. Gives children a voice, improves their confident to feel more reassured and achieve better at school.
Its confidential and voluntary. It saves time and money by allowing you to reach your agreement of your choice rather than having it imposed by a court:
Mediation is an alternative for resolving your disputes without a solicitor’s action and costly legal fees in a professional yet quick and stress-free way among peaceful surroundings.
- Whether to divorce and on what grounds without hostility
- With whom the children will live
- How to manage shared care of the children
- How to deal with parenting issues
- What will happen to the family home
- How to divide assets
- How to arrange financial support for family members
Using our family mediation services (uk), couples will be able to discover the issues and concerns they have in order reach their own joint decisions. Family mediation services (uk) also offer couples an opportunity to continue communication together for the future.
Can Children Use Family Mediation Services (uk)?
With the consent of parents, it is possible for mediators to talk directly with their children. They benefit by being able to discuss their feelings with someone outside their family. After discussing their feelings, usually those including fears of abandonment, anger and sadness, children can then get back to being children.
This focuses on the needs of the children. Both children and parents are assured that the discussions will be private and confidential between the mediator and the children, unless the children decide otherwise.
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