Family, Children and Divorce Mediation, for families

living together, separating, separated or extended family

Telephone us in Confidence 01905 312109 / 0800 612 4614

What is Family Mediation? Why do I need to attend and how will it help?

The starting point in resolving family disputes and subject to this being suitable for your situation is by attending Family Mediation. Discussing your concerns with a qualified Mediator does really help. Family Mediation is available to assist you at that stressful and difficult time in your life when you are separating or divorcing. We are able to provide you with valuable guidance, support and information that will assist you towards reaching a fair agreement. We regularly mediate issues, such as child arrangements, divorce and dividing assets, such as property savings and pensions.


Family Mediation is all about communication and open discussion. Family Mediation is recognised by the Courts and the Government as a positive alternative to the stress and cost of attending court. So much so that since April 2014 it has been made compulsory to attend a MIAM (Mediation Information and Assessment Meeting before you can apply to the Court.


We offer you a team of experienced professionals. Our team of professionals include, trained/qualified Family and Divorce Lawyers who have also been specially trained as Family Mediators. This combination of training is first class, which means that we are able to provide you with the very best level of knowledge. We consider the law and procedure and work this along side training as a family mediator. We then assist you to resolve matters out of court in a fair and amicable way. We have an excellent success rate and have over seventy 5 star reviews online.

We always offer a FREE telephone Consultation about our service first: 01905 312 109.





Memberships and Organisations

Our Mediators are Trained and Registered with:

The College of Mediators, 

The Family Mediation Council 

and ADRg

We also support The National Centre for Domestic Violence (NCDV) they provide a free, fast emergency service to survivors of domestic violence regardless of their financial circumstances, race, gender or sexual orientation.