Mediation is about you
Mediation is all about talking. Your mediator will help you talk about what each of you wants and needs and will try to help you find common ground and compromise. Your mediator will remain neutral but may ask challenging questions to help you to think differently. You may meet together or in different rooms depending on the type of mediation you need and your mediator will discuss the options with you. Find more information about your options today.
How it works
Most mediations begin with a Mediation Information and Assessment Meeting (MIAM). You will meet, on your own, with your mediator. Your mediator will learn what you would like to discuss in your mediation, explain what will happen and make sure mediation is safe for everyone involved. Joint meetings will take place when everyone in process has attended a MIAM.
You are required to attend a MIAM and obtain a certificate from a mediator before you can issue any court proceedings in relation to Children or financial remedy on divorce. You can get in touch with us via the contact form below or by telephone on 01502 533011
Mediation is offered at Lowestoft, Gorleston, Great Yarmouth and Halesworth.