Capitol Family Mediation Service Brentwood for local and trusted mediators to provide solutions to disputes around children and finances when couples separate or divorce. Contact us today.
Capitol Family Mediation Brentwood
Capitol Mediation - Disputes 4 families
Children and financial mediation
In life, a lot of things go wrong and sometimes relationships break down. When spouses cannot solve their differences, they may decide to head to divorce court. This step is, however, not the best at all times. Family mediation is one option that such couples should consider before involving other parties.
At Capital Family Mediation, we provide services that enable spouses to come to amicable agreements.
Who Attends a Mediation Session?
Disputes between families can affect a lot of people. Families have always been the foundation of great societies. When two spouses decide to separate, it triggers a chain reaction in the family structure. Children are some of the first casualties of such situations. A lot of negative feelings may arise and affect children well into adulthood.
Family mediation is a way to ensure that there are effective ways of dealing with disputes. At Capitol Family Mediation, we provide well-trained mediators that know how to handle sensitive situations. Our intention for everyone in the family to get out of such a situation with the least amount of damage.
Capitol Family Mediation Brentwood help with resolving issues and you maintain the controle of decision making
Can Solicitors be Involved in the Mediation Process?
How much is a Mediation Process?
My Solicitor is saying i need try mediation first
In England, there is a law that requires individuals seeking rulings on issues involving financial matters or children to first attend mediation information and assessment meetings (MIAM).
When two people decide that they want to disentangle their lives from one another, then a counselor or the court may decide that they should get mediation services first.
There are exceptions to this rule, though, such as in cases of domestic violence.