UK Family Mediation Service Wigston

Why Mediation?

If your relationship has ended and you need productive and effective discussions about the future family mediation can help a couple, parents or guardians to settle on the best way forward for all concerned.

Whether two parents are facing the end of their relationship and need help to agree access arrangements for their children or two siblings need haelp in deciding how to divide an inheritance, a mediator can help you call us today.

How mediation works

Taking the initiative to work with a mediator is empowering and allows you to make your own decisions and maintain decision in a timeframe that works for you.

Mediation involves talking through all issues affecting family life.

This can happen before, during or after any family event, such as divorce or separation.
This focus on communication helps everyone come to terms with changing circumstances.
Children, in particular, find this communication helps maintain family relationships.
Mediation is a fraction of the cost and half the time of relying upon Solicitors.
Mediators are trained to help untangle the complex web of issues surrounding any family breakdown, find better ways of communicating and help everyone to focus on finding the best way forward for children and parents.
An impartial individual can often offer the best chance of moving beyond current difficulties to an improved future and find solutions that work.

What issues do we deal with?

Mediation can help all members of a family (not just parents and children) resolve difficulties about property, other possessions, finance, business, debts and parental access rights. Sometimes mediation involves only both partners in a difficult relationship but other times mediation is needed between adult siblings, teenage parents or parents and their adult children or grandparents too.

Early planning for maintenance and child support arrangements following a separation can help avoid later problems, while the involvement of an independent party in discussions about sharing property or other assets and even debts can smooth progress.


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Good Work Guys

My Solicitor suggested we try mediation before court and I was really surprised how well it can work. No arguments just duscussions on resolving.”

– Clark

Good Job

When I decided to leave my wife, I had a great concern for my children’s future. After consulting family mediation service both of us are happy and separately bringing up our children.”

– Joel