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Family mediation services

Mediation services

‘More often than not family differences can be settled without resorting to complex and expensive court proceedings’

Settling issues calmly with family mediation services

The court can be an expensive and stressful way to work out your differences. Often, litigants feel that they have lost control of the whole process and even the result. Our family mediation services and collaborative law services aim to resolve family issues face-to-face – by passing the formality and complexity of the court system.

Expert family mediators

We believe it’s almost always best to keep a family dispute out of the courts. Most people can find a way to resolve differences through collaborative law or by using our fully trained family mediators.

  • Collaborative law
    This approach allows you and your partner to talk through your problems face to face to reach an agreement – rather than have one imposed upon you by the court. A collaborative law divorce settlement saves you time and money and is far less confrontational than the traditional route. Read our fact sheet to find out more about the collaborative law process.  
  • Family mediation services
    Our expert family mediators can help you come to a joint decision about the best solutions for you and your family. Your respective solicitors can then make your proposals legally binding if that’s what you prefer. Family mediation services aren’t right for everyone, but we can discuss alternatives if we don’t think they’re for you.

Choosing our family mediation services and collaborative law helps you keep control of the process. You decide when you meet and how many meetings you need. You choose the pace. What’s more, a more relaxed environment can reduce tensions and often help preserve relationships – particularly beneficial if you have children.

Next steps

Find out more about how we can help you settle disputes without resorting to the courts by calling us on 0800 923 2074 or emailing