Divorce Mediation

 

If you and your spouse are having difficulty resolving problems in the divorce process and only want to consider going to court as a last option then you may want to think about divorce mediation.

Using mediation as an alternative dispute resolution process for divorce can be a way of reducing the tension and misunderstanding that is often associated with the difficulties of divorce. Mediation allows you and your partner to resolve issues relating to divorce in private, during a series of meetings. How many meetings you need will depend on how long it takes for you and your partner to come to an agreement.

During this process both you and your partner will be able to discuss your issues and concerns with each other. A mediator will sit in the meetings and act as a neutral third party for the benefit of both parties. As there is only one mediator, rather than two solicitors negotiating on behalf of the parties, that person will have a clear understanding of what each party wants out of the mediation process. A mediator will listen to both parties and use his or her knowledge and negotiating skills to draw both parties together and encourage a fair and practical solution that both parties agree on.

Our mediation service

At Caven we can direct you to specialist divorce solicitors who come highly recommended. Divorce mediation is a complex area of law, and our mediators are highly experienced and can answer any questions you may have regarding the mediation process. So whether you would like to engage in the mediation process or would like to know more about how mediation can help to resolve your divorce problems in an open and honest environment then we can direct you to a divorce mediator best-suited to your needs.

If you have any questions or would like our help in finding local divorce mediators please call us at 08001 221 2299 or complete the web-form above.

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