Family Mediation Solicitors

Our family mediation services in Manchester & London provide families with professional, impartial mediators to help you and your partner work together and make decisions about your lives after you split up.

If you and your partner or spouse have decided to separate or divorce, our experienced family mediation solicitors provide a way to resolve any disputes privately without going to court.

We are here to support you and your partner in working together to reach a decision about your lives after you decide to separate.

We have qualified mediators that can advise you on any matters relating to mediation or matrimonial law.

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The Family Mediation Process

If you and your partner or spouse have decided to separate or divorce, family mediation is a way to resolve any disputes privately without going to court.

This can be in relation to post-divorce arrangements for children, money or the practicalities of how life will work in the future.

How Mediation Works

Family mediators should be contacted after you have reached your decision to divorce or separate. Mediation sessions are very different to marriage counselling.

The aim is not to reconcile your relationship (although reconciliation might be an outcome), but to work out how the divorce/separation will work, and what will happen after the separation.

Benefits of Mediation

One of the benefits of family mediation is that it can improve communication between you and your former partner, leading to better relations post-separation if you need to remain in contact, especially where there are children.

If you think that mediation might be the right process for you and your former partner, the first step is to contact our family mediation solicitors to discuss your situation; they will provide information and answer any questions you might have.

The mediator will ask your former partner to make contact so that the same information can be provided to them.

Assuming mediation is appropriate, the mediator will arrange individual meetings with you and your former partner before any joint sessions take place.

Related Services

Arbitration Solicitors

Our specially qualified solicitors are able to provide arbitration services, with both parties deciding what issues can be settled without the need for a judge.

Collaborative Law

Our collaborative law experts are able to facilitate negotiations and agreements between all parties, avoiding the time consuming and stressful experience of a traditional court.

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