Solent Family Mediation Bridport

Our family mediation services in Bridport are committed to helping families and couples navigate difficult conversations and reach positive solutions.

We provide a safe, confidential, and supportive space for all parties to express their needs and concerns.

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Solent Family Mediation - Bridport

Family mediation Bridport is an alternative that can assist you in the event of a family or partnership breakup or dispute.

It will help you assume complete control and responsibility in order to reach a final agreement outside of the court system.

In most cases, mediation results in a more agreeable resolution and a better understanding on both sides without entering the courts.

Why customers choose us in Bridport

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  • A professional mediation service for families through dissolution
  • Non-judgmental, objective counsel from experienced mediators adhering to a code of ethics
  • Financial or child-related expertise is provided.
  • In the event of family collapse, direction toward self-resolution of decisions about emotional, practical, and financial matters.
  • Offers a viable alternative to court
  • Fully recognised by the Ministry of Justice as a preliminary step or alternative to judicial action
  • Completely private service, all situations handled in strict confidence.
  • On a date, at a time, and in a location that the client prefers.
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How Family Mediation in Bridport can help you?

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 services result in beneficial outcomes, which precludes court participation.

TYPES OF FAMILIES WE HELP

Qualified mediators in Bridport 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 methods result in favourable outcomes, which precludes the involvement of the couple.

HOW SOLENT FAMILY MEDIATION CAN HELP

The Kinds of Individuals and Matters That Can Be Resolved Through Family Mediation

Communication and conflict resolution are two defining characteristics of family mediation Bridport.

Thankfully, practically all individuals and their interpersonal relationships can be assisted. Children, parents, grandparents, extended family, and same-sex couples are ideal examples.

While this scale is indeed impressive, we must equally acknowledge that innumerable more issues can be efficiently addressed.

Among the most prominent will be (but by no means be limited to):

a combination of assets, savings, and investments.
Internal communication.
Family enterprises.
Parenting plans.
Individual and communal finances.
Pension plans.
Access to children and related custody matters.

CAN YOU RECEIVE LEGAL AID? 

Are you able to receive legal aid? Contact our legal aid department to help cover costs in the mediation process. Our mediators are all part of the family mediation council and you will be able to check your mediators credentials prior to your meetings and make informed decisions.

DO YOU NEED A MIAMS OR FM1 IN BRIDPORT?

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

Explore MIAM and FM1 further.

WHY DO I NEED A MIAMS?

An initial mediation meeting, also known as an MIAM, must first be concluded. These meetings are often known as intake meetings.

Even though you normally attend these events alone, you may occasionally bring a friend. In this case, the mediator will still wish to speak with each of you individually.

The MIAM has two responsibilities:

You have the opportunity to communicate to the mediator the situation, the issues, your desired resolution, and any concerns you may have.

In addition, it allows the mediator to explain the mediation Bridport process in detail to you. Next, the mediator will determine whether or not mediation is appropriate for your case. In addition, at this stage you have the option of trying mediation.

HOW LONG DOES MEDIATION TAKE?

This could change depending on what’s going on. Many people can come to an agreement on a single issue in just one joint mediation session.

This could be about Christmas plans for the kids, a trip abroad, or a change in the amount of spousal support.

Most clients have an average of three 90-minute meetings with a mediator to talk about parenting or money problems.