If two parties are prepared to attend mediation it can be a very positive way for parties to sit down with an independent person and resolve matters amicably.
Mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution and is a way to help parties resolve disputes between them. Wherever possible, if two parties are prepared to attend mediation it can be a very positive way for parties to sit down with an independent person and resolve matters amicably, particularly regarding children and finances.
A mediator is a qualified person who acts impartially and helps limit conflict arising during the discussions so that you can make decisions jointly. Mediation is now a compulsory stage to any pre-court application relating to arrangements for children.
How much will meditation cost?
If you are looking for advice or assistance following a relationship breakdown, we offer a free 30-minute initial consultation with no obligation. During this meeting we will discuss our service and wherever possible, we will offer a fixed fee so that you know exactly what your costs will be from the outset.
Click here to arrange your free initial consultation, or call our Alton office on 01420 544273 or our Chichester office on 01243 850860.