Divorce & separation - Mediation


Mediation is a voluntary process to find a way of resolving difficulties within families. Typically it involves a separating couple meeting with a mediator to
discuss matters worrying them such as arrangements for children
and finances. The mediator, who remains impartial, assists the couple
by facilitating discussions, if appropriate suggesting options and if
necessary, reality testing ideas in a balanced way. It is important that you receive legal advice throughout the mediation process.

The Ministry of Justice has research to show that mediation can cost a
quarter of the price and take a quarter of the time of going to Court.

Greene & Greene can refer to you to accredited mediators recgonised by Resolution and the Family Mediation Council.


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