Are you separated or thinking of getting divorced ?
If so, you need to explore mediation because it really does work – after all, you know the needs of your family better than anyone. This explanation comes courtesy of my colleague, Clare Pilsworth, a Family Law solicitor and Mediator
“Mediation is a process which helps people who are separating to discuss and agree on the best arrangements for their future. It works because it is a voluntary process and allows you to find a solution personally tailored to you. Mediation can be used to make arrangements for children, discuss finances or both (known as “All Issues Mediation”).
Our Mediators find out from you what’s most important to both of you and in your meetings, will help you both to make your own decisions about the best way forward for your family. This is possible because our Mediators:-
• are specially trained to guide you in your decisions
• provide a calm and confidential environment in which to talk
• help you to make informed decisions
• are Resolution Mediators – trained by the specialist national organisation of family law advisers.
Mediation is voluntary, however, if you are starting Court proceedings in family matters you are required to attend a Mediation Information and Assessment Meeting (MIAM). This is a confidential meeting on your own, to find out about how you could sort out matters without using Court proceedings.”
If you’d like more information about Mediation to find out whether this would be a good choice for you, contact Clare Pilsworth on 01763 241261 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. http://www.curwens.co.uk