Divorce Mediation



Divorce Mediation: A Peaceful Path to Resolution

Welcome to our Family Mediation Choice, where we specialize in guiding couples through the complexities of divorce with compassion and expertise.

We understand that divorce can be a challenging time for families, and our goal is to provide a supportive environment where you can navigate this transition smoothly. Our experienced mediators are trained in family law and offer a range of services, including family mediation, MIAM and help with court papers.

Whether you’re facing issues related to child access, or financial asset division, we’re here to help you find constructive solutions that prioritize the well-being of your family. 

Who is Divorce Mediation Best Suited For?


Divorce mediation is ideal for couples who wish to end their marriage without conflict. Couples who are open to more positive communication and negotiation will find that a divorce mediation service provides an excellent alternative to traditional divorce proceedings, which often involve lengthy court battles, high legal fees, and emotional turmoil.

Why Choose Divorce Mediation?

Key Benefits

1. Avoid Going to Court
Rather than increasing animosity through a combative legal process, reach amicable resolutions with the assistance of a neutral mediator.

2. Reduce Stress
Minimize emotional strain on all parties involved by focusing on solutions and mutually agreeable outcomes.

3. Save Time and Money
By cooperating in mediation, you can expedite the divorce process and avoid the expense of attorney fees and court costs.

4. Confidentiality
Mediation sessions are private and confidential, ensuring your personal information and discussions stay between you, your former partner, and the mediator.

Services We Offer

Child Access Family Mediation: Prioritise the best interests of your children by developing a personalised parenting plans and determining access schedules for co-parenting and school holidays with your ex partner.

Financial Mediation: Create a fair and equitable financial arrangement that takes into account financial information, child support, and other relevant considerations.

 Support with Mediation Costs: You may receive assistance with the cost of mediation either through the Family Mediation Voucher Scheme or with Legal Aid. Our team are able to offer advice on the qualifications and can help you access the schemes.


Get Started Today

Are you ready to embark on a more peaceful and respectful path to resolution? Our dedicated and compassionate mediators are here to guide you through the divorce mediation process in England and Wales.

Contact us today for more mediation information if you are looking to mediate or schedule a consultation with a local mediator to take the first step toward a more amicable separation. 

Divorce Mediation FAQ


Divorce mediation where divorcing couples who need help work with neutral third party (the mediator) to  negotiate and resolve issues related to their divorce, such as child access or financial issues.  Mediation aims to reach mutual solutions while minimizing conflict and the need for legal intervention. In divorce mediation, the focus is on finding solutions that are tailored to each need and circumstances of the family in question


You will meet with a mediator (usually via zoom or skype_ to discuss concerns regarding various aspects of their divorce, such as child arrangements, financial matters, and property division.
The mediator facilitates constructive dialogue and assists the couple in exploring options and reaching agreements that are fair and equitable. The process usually begins with an initial assessment meeting to evaluate whether mediation is suitable and to outline the issues to be addressed


Divorce Mediation focuses on discussing and negotiating specific issues, with the mediator guiding the conversation and ensuring both parties have the opportunity to express their views. Once agreements are reached, they may be formalized into a legally binding document, such as a consent order, with the assistance of legal advice.


Divorce mediation can vary depending on the complexity of the issues involved, how co-operative the parties are and the number of sessions needed to reach agreements. Some divorces may be resolved in just a few sessions, while others may require more time, especially if there are financial or child issues to consider. Additionally, couples can often schedule mediation sessions at their convenience, including evenings and weekends, to accommodate their busy schedules and to speed up the resolution process.