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If you are looking for help with any mediation services our specialist solicitors can help you. In addition to office meetings, we offer remote meetings by telephone or video if preferred. To discuss your options call us 24/7 on 0208 004 0065 or email us at [email protected] 

Expert Family Law Services: Family Mediation Services

Family disputes can be emotionally draining and legally complex. At Southgate Solicitors, we believe in the power of mediation to resolve conflicts in a way that preserves relationships and prioritizes the well-being of all involved, especially children. Our mediation services offer a path to amicable resolutions, providing a space for open communication and mutual understanding. Explore our mediation offerings below, designed to facilitate constructive discussions and agreements in family law matters.

Mediation Information & Assessment Meeting (MIAM)

Before taking your family dispute to court, consider a MIAM. This initial step assesses whether mediation could be a more effective and harmonious way to resolve your conflict, offering an overview of the mediation process and its benefits.

Separation Mediation

Navigate the complexities of separation with the help of our trained mediators. We facilitate discussions on critical issues like child arrangements, financial separation, and property division, aiming for solutions that respect everyone’s needs and priorities.

Financial Mediation

Address financial disputes arising from separation or divorce in a constructive environment. Our financial mediation service helps couples discuss and negotiate fair arrangements for asset division, maintenance payments, and other financial responsibilities

Children Mediation

Focusing on the best interests of children, this mediation process helps parents and guardians discuss and agree on living arrangements, visitation schedules, and other important matters, promoting a cooperative co-parenting relationship.

What we can do

At southgate solicitors, we offer comprehensive assistance tailored to your needs throughout your separation journey. Our team of experienced professionals understand the intricacies of family law and are dedicated to providing you with the expertise and support you need during what can be a daunting and highly emotional time.  We have Resolution members and also hold Law Society Family Law Advanced Panel Accreditation which demonstrates our knowledge, skill and expertise in this area of law. 

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Strategy Meeting

A specialist solicitor will meet with you to go through your matter in detail and advise on a strategy and options

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What our clients say

FAQs

Mediation is a process where a neutral third party helps disputing parties reach an agreement. It’s less adversarial than court proceedings, potentially saving time, reducing costs, and preserving relationships.

For most family disputes, attending a MIAM is a prerequisite before applying to the court. It ensures that parties have considered mediation as an alternative to litigation.

Yes, financial mediation is specifically designed to help separating couples discuss and reach consensus on financial matters in a structured and neutral setting.

While mediation aims to help parties reach agreements, there are no guarantees. If an agreement can’t be reached, you may pursue resolution through the courts, but the mediation process often clarifies issues and reduces areas of conflict.

Children’s mediation focuses on the needs and best interests of the child, promoting a constructive dialogue that aims to establish stable and positive arrangements for their care and upbringing.

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