Just Divorce Mediation

When dealing with any kind of dispute you may unfortunately find that
you are at deadlock and no further negotiation can be agreed. We can help.

Mediation the perfect Starting Point

When dealing with any kind of dispute you may, unfortunately, find that you are at a deadlock and no further negotiation can be agreed.

In such a situation, mediation is an excellent starting point to reaching a mutually beneficial decision.

Mediation can be arranged quickly and it is much more cost effective than proceeding to issue expensive legal proceedings.

It is important to remember that mediation is conducted on a without prejudice basis and therefore most people do not have anything to lose by giving it a go.

It should not be considered as a sign of weakness but as an opportunity for reaching a decision. 

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How does mediation work?

Nobody can advise you at the outset how many mediation sessions will be required as this specific to each individual case.

However, in the first meeting, the number and depth of the issues will become clear and any necessary further mediation sessions can be discussed during the meeting.

Funding can also be discussed at the initial meeting. After introductions, generally, the mediator will allow each party to tell their side of the story uninterrupted.

The mediator will then enter into a discussion asking open-ended questions and will try to find goals which both parties strive to achieve.

The mediator will try to ascertain the problems between the parties and will look to agreeing on a sensible way forward.

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Why Just Divorce Family Mediation Service?

  • Family mediation offers you a solution where you control all decision making. All mediators are professionally qualified and experienced.
  • In addition, there are mediation centres scattered throughout the North West which aim to assist families in dispute. Whilst mediation is a very sensible opportunity, as mentioned above it is an entirely voluntary process. You cannot force a party to a dispute to enter into mediation and they can choose to take whatever action they desire.
  • We are impartial. This is fundamental as the mediator must offer impartial advice to both parties and will in no way be one-sided.
  • Finding workable solutions. The mediator will then enter into a discussion asking open-ended questions and will try to find goals which both parties strive to achieve. The mediator will try to ascertain the problems between the parties and will look to agreeing on a sensible way forward. It is important to remember that it is not a mediator’s job to take sides or judge the parties. The mediator's aim is to find a solution to any problems.
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