Divorce Mediation could save you up to 75% in legal fees

If you are considering divorce or you have already begun, you will need to agree child living arrangements, if you have children and a financial settlement. If you are unable to agree on either or both, then you can either consider seeking the help of a lawyer or you can take the quickest and most cost-effective option of divorce mediation. You can download our FREE Guide to a Mediated Divorce by clicking >> HERE

For many who choose the legal route through solicitors, they nearly always end up speaking to a family mediator, especially where agreement is not reached. The reason being, is that you will need to attempt mediation, before a court will consider hearing your case. If you are having difficulty reaching agreement over either child living arrangements or finances, then the smart move is to start with divorce mediation, through an accredited family mediator.


Divorce Mediation is Quicker & Less Stressful

Divorce mediation will help you and your ex-spouse to discuss the important issues about where the children live, contact arrangements and financial support. It will also help you to reach agreements about how you divide the assets and liabilities from your marriage. Your divorce mediator will help you to prepare financial statements and gather the supporting documents and statements. They will then discuss the best way to divide these to reach a financial settlement. You may still require the advice from a solicitor, and we would always recommend this.

Your family mediator will help ensure that any discussions you have with your ex-spouse, are balanced and fair. They will ensure they remain focussed on the future, rather than on the past. A divorce mediator, will always remain impartial and will ensure both parties are heard and given equal opportunity to share their opinions, views and proposals.

Divorce mediation will remove the need for lengthy legal battles and save you up to 75% of the cost, as compared to using a solicitor to fight your corner. There will be no need to have to attend court and go through the stress and anxiety of doing this. Divorce mediation will ensure matters are resolved quickly and with a positive outcome.

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Divorce Mediation could save you up to 75% in legal fees

Applying for a divorce, whether individually or jointly is only one step in the process. As part of your divorce you may need to consider arrangement for your children; where they will live, contact arrangements with both parents and any financial provisions required. Also, you will need to consider how any matrimonial assets and liabilities are divided before the divorce is completed. We can help with these issues.

Arrangements for the children should be your priority. You must determine where they will live and with who. It might be that you have a shared care arrangement for them or that one of the parents is the primary carer and in this case, you must also agree how often the children spend time and are cared for by the other parent. Mediation will help you develop options for such arrangements.

Yes. If one parent is to be the primary carer, then the other parent will be required to financially support them by way of Child Maintenance. This is often a voluntary agreement and the government website has a calculator to help you determine the minimum that should be paid. You can find out more by visiting https://www.gov.uk/calculate-child-maintenance CLICK HERE

Divorce mediation will help you to understand the full process for getting divorce, from the application, to any arrangements needed for the children and how to consider dividing your marital assets and support the children. It can save a lot of money because the is much less involvement by solicitors.

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