The primary aim of family mediation is for you to arrive at your own decisions regarding any family law issue. Mediators are neutral and so cannot provide you with advice. However, our mediators are also expert family lawyers and can give you extensive legal information.

Many people confuse mediation with conciliation. The aim of mediation is to try and work with you and your ex-partner to find a solution to your current problems. Common topics for discussion are financial aspects, the logistics of your separation and working out the best arrangements for your children.

Mediation offers an alternative to the Court process and is required before an application to Court can be made.

To find out more about Mediation, contact us today.


Everything was perfect.

- Mediation client

I am so glad that you recommended collaborative. My ex-wife and I are still able to speak civilly and this is in no small way down to your handling of our case.

- Collaborative client

Solicitors that are sensitive to the emotions around the situation and really understand.

- Divorce client

Thank you for everything.  You made life much easier.

- Mediation Client

The moment I stepped through the door I was instantly made to feel calmer in a stressful situation.

- Divorce and Finances client

Service was excellent from day one and you made a difficult and stressful task bearable.

- Finances client

I would just like to thank you for your assistance and tell you how brilliantly I think you dealt with both me and the case.

- Children client