Family Mediation – The Next Steps

Post by: Christine Pickwell 25/01/2019 0 comments 239 views

I hope that the blogs that have been posted over the last few days have helped give an insight into the Mediation process.

Of course Mediation is not suitable for everyone or for all cases. For the vast majority of people it does help focus on the future to reach joint solutions.

I have drawn together some anonymous comments that we have received from clients over the years:

“I think Mediation can really help separating families like us.  Our marriage has come to the end of the road and we just want to sort everything out fairly without scoring points off each other or spending all of our hard earned cash”.

“Thank you for all your help in sorting out our money arrangements and what is going to happen with the children.  I hope that we can move forward now more peacefully, but if we have any problems in the future, particularly about the arrangements for the children, I will not hesitate but to contact you again”.

“I had read quite a bit about Mediation before the session started but I didn’t realise how empowering it could be in getting us to talk again on our own without interference from our extended family”.

“When my parents separated it was horrible.  I remember crying myself to sleep most nights because I did not know what was happening and nobody seemed to understand.  To come and actually talk to a Mediator would have made all the difference”.

“Thank you Christine and Paul for helping us see a way through.  I can now rebuild my life knowing that we did the best we could to sort everything out”.

If you are interested in Family Mediation would you please contact the Mediation Administrator, Helen Armstrong on 01205 311511, helen.armstrong@ringroselaw.co.uk

Our Mediation services are available from all our offices in Lincoln, Boston, Grantham, Spalding, Sleaford and Newark.

We have a Legal Aid contract at all of our offices for those who qualify financially for Legal Aid.

Where one party qualifies for Legal Aid, the other party is entitled to a MIAM free of charge and the first Mediation session free of charge.

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