Family Mediation Fees

Aspire professionals who operate a transparent pricing policy. We understand the pressures of divorce and make sure that you are in charge, with our experienced mediators to guide you.

Aspire Family Mediation Costs

We make divorce and separation more affordable

Effective January 2019

Mediation Information and Assessment Meeting (MIAM)

£99.00 per person

FM1/c100/Form A/MIAM sign off for court purposes

£49.00

Mediation meetings Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm

£150 per person per session ( 90 minutes)

Mediation meeting out of office hours Monday to Friday 5.30pm to 8.30pm & Weekends

POA

Preparation of open statement of financial information

from £60.00 per hour per person

Preparation of parenting plan

from £60.00 per person

Preparation of memorandum of understanding –

from £60.00 per person

Mediation Fees
 

If you are unhappy in your marriage and want a divorce, then we feel it is unfair to be put off by the usually high family mediation cost.

So, before you search for an expensive registered lawyer to handle the case, it is worth considering a family mediation service.

Our experienced team can handle all types of family disputes, from disagreements between siblings to arguments with wider family members.

So, if you have an issue that does not involve divorce, our professional team of experts is still ready and willing helping you solve the problem together.

Our email inbox is constantly receiving messages from people looking to cut the cost of reaching an agreement and we are always able to provide some useful advice.

For many, using a service like outs never even occurs and, instead, they feel the only options are to overspend on legal fees or stay in the situation they are unhappy with.

The first step is to arrange a MIAM session.

MIAM sessions are short meetings, arranged by a quick email, that provide details about mediation as a way of resolving disputes and coming to an agreement.

Using a mediation expert means you don’t have to waste time and money in the search for a lawyer and, once completed, you will be able to register your dispute in court.

These sessions do not require your children, spouse or anyone else related to the dispute to attend in person.

In fact, although legal aid can cover the family mediation cost even if two people attend the meeting, only one of them is legally obliged to be there.

Plus, if you don’t want to go through this with your spouse in person, we can arrange the meeting to be done separately, giving your privacy during this difficult time.

Our service is practiced and will mean you increase your cost by employing a registered lawyer.

Find out how we can help you decrease the cost of making a deal that you, your children and your spouse can all agree on.

Send us an email and get in touch to find more.

84% success rate so proven for divorce and separation

When you are considering a settlement for your divorce you will probably find that there are some disputes.

This is a completely normal part of the process but with legal fees the cost of a divorce can soon mount up.

The costs of a divorce have been estimated at over twenty thousand pounds if you proceed through a court.

For many people, this is greater than an annual salary, and it can have a long term impact on your financial future.

In comparison, the first meeting with one of our mediators costs less than one hundred pound, including VAT.

We can also offset the cost of this meeting against your future legal costs if you decide to invest in one of our legal packages.

Unlike with legal fees, there are no hidden costs associated with our mediation services.

You will be charged for each hour that you spend with the mediator at a highly competitive rate.

The beauty of mediation is its flexibility. It is an open-ended process where you are in control of the number of meetings and the final outcome.

You can even decide to end the process at any time if you do not wish to continue with mediation.

There is really no excuse for trying mediation, and courts specify that individuals should have attended Mediation Information and Assessment Meetings in most cases.

Aspire is a team of private professionals who operate a transparent pricing policy. Although we do not operate public mediation, we do charge highly competitive prices that will not eat into your budget.

We understand the pressures of divorce and make sure that you are in charge, with our experienced mediators to guide you.

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