The mediation process for family matters involves discussions between the parties in the presence of a neutral third party (the Mediator) whose primary role is to facilitate constructive conversation.
These discussions often relate to issues concerning children or finances.
One benefit many parties find from mediation is that you continue to control the process and it can help keep lines of communication open.
You will not receive legal advice from a mediator so any agreement reached will not be binding until both parties have had the benefit of (or opportunity to take) legal advice.
We have many Mediators with whom Furley Page solicitors have worked closely over the years.
We will discuss the process in detail with you and, should this be your chosen option, we can put you in touch with a Mediator who we think would be suited to the issues you are facing.