Family Mediation in Birmingham
Our office in High Wycombe is ideal for anyone living in Stokenchurch, Marlow, Beaconsfield, Chalfonts, Maidenhead, Amersham and Gerrards Cross.
In a legal battle, the interests of other parties are not always taken into consideration. In a divorce, it is the interests of the separating couple which are of paramount concern. This can leave children and other members of the family leaving very confused.
They may feel left out of the process. Particularly in the case of children, they may feel that their parents are acting in their own interests and forgetting about them in the process.
Mediation turns that process on its head
In mediation, the interests of other parties are placed as being important to the process. Although mediation is a negotiation between the separating couple, mediators are trained to take the interests of all parties into consideration.
Mediators can explain the mediation process to children and include them in explaining the outcomes of mediation. Grandparents can even be included. In fact, in mediation, we encourage all parties to find out about the sessions. Those involved in mediation value it as being an inclusive, open and transparent procedure.