Save time and money when you use a professional mediator to help you and the other party come to a joint agreement. Joint agreements reached through mediation are far more likely to be adhered too than any court arrangement.
Welcome to Mediation England, I am a dedicated, Family, Civil Mediation Council and Clerks Room mediator, who looks to achieve the best outcome for the parties involved.
As a facilitative style mediator I try to help all parties involved to come up with the best solution for them. I will ask questions and try to get to real interests so that a long lasting agreement can be achieved the parties and the need for further action is less likely.
Please feel free to contact me for a personal, free, no obligation consultation.
In mediation the you retain full control of the dispute, allowing you to reject settlements with which you do not agree, and enabling you to reach more creative settlements or just 'good enough' settlements with which you can readily live.
This is not the case when going to court where the judge will make a judgement based on facts and the law and cannot flex from this.
Why Mediation England
Mediation is an informal process for helping people who have a dispute to sort it out for themselves without going to court.
A mediator is a neutral third person who encourages those in the dispute to talk to each other about the issues. The mediator is not an advice-giver or decision-maker. The parties examine the real problems, large or small. They then create and agree upon an outcome that meets their needs and addresses their concerns
If you have any questions regarding mediation please do not hesitate to contact us or visit our frequently asked questions page using the link below.