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Why customers choose us in Banstead

Solent Family Mediation - Banstead

If you are going through a divorce or a problem with a spouse in a domestic partnership, family mediation may be able to help.

It will help you assume full control and accountability as you work toward a mutually satisfying resolution outside of the court system.

Rather than resorting to the courts, mediation can often lead to a mutually agreeable resolution through increased communication and understanding on all parties.

  • You can use our services to mediate conflicts and reach mutually agreeable resolutions.
  • Through our Services, you may easily set up a mediation appointment with just a phone call to our offices, and no lawyers are required for any of the parties involved.
  • If you’d rather avoid taking legal action to solve your issues, our services can help.
  • Using our services, you can set up a meeting with the other party or parties to the disagreement so that the problem can be discussed and hopefully resolved.

How Family Mediation in Banstead can help you?

  • Is a divorce or separation in your near future?
  • Having trouble communicating with your parents?
  • How do your offspring (and their offspring) treat you?
  • Do you still feel like the “black sheep” of the family?

Solent Family Mediation Banstead provides services for cases like these and more.

Solent Family Mediation appreciates and values all kinds of family connections. That’s why it’s possible for us to be the supportive voice or guiding hand that helps you find your way again.

Our mediators are here to help you with any and all disputes, including issues of child custody.

Qualified mediators are exerting every effort to obtain a favourable outcome in disputes involving the custody and residence of children, personal finances, and the distribution of property, among other issues.

In addition, they help strengthen the various degrees of cooperation between both sides.

Courts are always an option for resolving family issues, but they should only be considered when all other options have failed.

The majority of mediation processes result in beneficial outcomes, which precludes judicial involvement.

A couple’s separation can be one of the most tragic events that can strike a family.

This can be especially challenging for children, but discussion through mediation can guarantee that both parents reach an agreement over child access.

Consideration must also be given to grandparents and extended family.

Additionally, mediation can assist in determining what will happen to the family’s assets and house.

In either a heterosexual or same-sex relationship, mediation is as effective at resolving disputes.

Business-related issues and pertinent financial matters might be resolved amicably through mediation.

While mediation attempts to resolve conflicts about pensions, savings, and investments,

Mediation Information Evaluation Meeting with a Solent-approved mediator and obtaining Form FM1 as evidence of this.

More information on MIAM and FM1

Contact us immediately to learn how we can enhance your life, as we at Solent Family Mediation have a passion for families.

Before anything else can happen, a preliminary mediation session, also known as an MIAM, must conclude. They are also known as “intake meetings.” It’s recommended to travel alone, however you can bring a companion along on occasion. The mediator will still want to have individual conversations with each of you if this is the case.

To this end, the MIAM serves two purposes:

You can tell the mediator about what’s going on, what’s bothering you, what you’d like to see happen, and what worries you might have.
It also gives the mediator a chance to answer any questions you may have about the mediation procedure. The mediator will then decide whether or not your case is a good fit for mediation. Additionally, you now have the option to participate in mediation.

Depending on the circumstances, this may change. Many people are able to come to an agreement during just one joint mediation session for a single issue, such as parenting arrangements for Christmas, a trip overseas, or a modification in the amount of spousal support.

Most clients have three 90-minute mediation visits on average for parenting or financial issues.