The fundamental idea behind family Mediation Reigate is quite obvious; in essence, it is the same as seeing a lawyer for guidance on how to arrive at an agreement that is equitable to all parties involved. Complete disclosure of financial information is necessary before beginning conversations about how the financial problems might be fixed.
There is a fairly extensive disclosure form that has to be filled out in order to supply all of the relevant information, along with the papers that support it. This declaration contains values of all properties, as well as any other capital assets, investment, liabilities, business/trust interests, earnings, and outgoings. Pensions are also included in this statement. The parties will not be able to make an educated judgement on equitable financial possibilities and solutions until all of this information has been disclosed. This will prevent them from reaching a conclusion. After the forms have been traded, we will check to see if there are any inquiries regarding the data that has been submitted. During the Mediation Reigate meetings, we debate and decide how to proceed in the event that particular values cannot be settled upon or further information is required.
After we have received all of the information, it will be organised in a schedule of assets spreadsheet so that it is simpler for everyone to view. It is also important to create this document so that if you want to speak with a lawyer about the terms of any agreement, it is easy for them to see what there is and what it is worth so that they can advise you. This is another reason why it is important: if you want to speak with a lawyer about the terms of any agreement, it is also easy for them to see what there is and We are able to utilise it in Mediation Reigate if the couple agrees that it is a complete pack of all they possess, which is the case with some couples who put together their own financial schedule of assets with supporting material rather than utilising the prescribed form.
We refer to as "public" the financial statement that occurs throughout the Mediation Reigate process, which includes both the interchange of data and the assessment of that data. This implies that, unlike the content of discussions about an agreement that take place in Mediation Reigate meetings, which are "without prejudice" (meaning they cannot be referred to in any later court proceedings), the financial information can be used by lawyers and produced to the court because it is factual information. This contrasts with the fact that the content of discussions about an agreement that take place in arbitration meetings is "without prejudice." This indicates that if the parties are able to come to an agreement during Mediation Reigate, the attorneys will be able to utilise the material to fill out a form that must be presented to a judge before any final order can be authorised by the court and become legally enforceable. In the event that an agreement is not reached, the attorneys can make use of the financial disclosure pack that was prepared during the Mediation Reigate process so that they do not have to go through the process of compiling it all over again. This will prevent individuals from incurring unnecessary legal fees.
In situations when there is contention about monetary concerns, one of the most important components of the Mediation Reigate process is the exchange of complete financial information. People are unable to make educated judgments about what could constitute a fair agreement because, in the absence of it, they are unable to determine what exists or how much it is worth. In addition, if an agreement is reached, any financial consent order (the document required to enable the agreement to become legally binding) must be presented to the court along with an additional document that is referred to as a statement of information form. This is required in order for the agreement to be considered legally binding. The value of everything, as well as each person's income, as well as a few other pieces of information need to be included on this form. If any of this information is missing, it might lead to the invalidation of a formal agreement at a later date. The disclosure that was gathered during the mediation process is used to complete this court form. This is another reason why it is important that everyone discloses everything, and it is also why we, as mediators, have to make sure that the couple we are working with does not have any outstanding concerns about the disclosure before we work on what a fair agreement about dividing the assets will look like.