We are fully aware of the difficulties that arise amongst separating couples. We are also aware of how daunting it can be not knowing what the future holds. That’s why our specialist team of Family and Matrimonial solicitors focus on your needs. We aim to resolve matters quickly, put you at ease and find the best, most cost-effective solution. That’s why we now offer Mediation as part of the service in the Family and Matrimonial Department of Mark Reynolds Solicitors. Mediation, as a form of Dispute Resolution, has been used successfully for many years.
What is Mediation?
More and more people are considering Mediation as an alternative to Court. Mediation is an opportunity to sit with an impartial Mediator in the hope of resolving matters amicably. We can then assist in drafting any proposals you both reach. Action at Court is the last resort as we believe there is a more achievable way of resolving issues relating to separation, children, financial matters and relatives’ rights. Mediation is also Voluntary and Confidential. Mediators are independent and decision making rests with you! You as the experts help shape your future and the futures of your children.
Mediation is not the following:-
- Counselling / Therapy
- Legal Advice
- Legally Binding
We are fully aware of the difficulties that arise amongst separating couples. We are also aware of how daunting it can be not knowing what the future holds. That’s why our specialist family team focus on your needs. We aim to resolve matters quickly, put you at ease and find the best, most cost-effective solution. That’s why we now offer Mediation. This form of dispute resolution has been used successfully for many years.
Mediation is a cheaper alternative to Court, so if you would like to speak with our Mediator today, please contact any of our offices in Warrington, Leigh, Runcorn or Liverpool. We look forward to hearing from you.
When should I consider mediation?
You can consider mediation at any point within your separation as a way to resolve matters amicably.
Who can mediate?
- Separating couples
- Married couples
- Same-sex couples
What areas does mediation cover?
- Relationship concerns / disputes
- Financial Matters
- Children Matters
How long does mediation take?
Mediation usually takes between 2 to 6 sessions. Most matters resolve within a few sessions. Once both parties have accepted each other’s proposals this can be drafted into an agreement.
Is mediation suitable for me?
Upon attending an initial meeting with a Mediator a risk assessment is carried out to determine your suitability for mediation.
Why choose mediation instead of Court?
- Price – Mediation is more cost-effective. The decisions rest with you
- Time – Mediation is more time effective than attending Court.
- Control – Mediation lets you have control over the decisions made.
How much will mediation cost?
Please contact or drop into any one of our offices in Liverpool, Runcorn, Warrington or Leigh, or free phone 0800 002 9577 today to discuss your options.