Our Services

Our process is to meet with each client separately for a one-to-one information meeting before proceeding to a joint meeting. This allows you to meet the mediator, explain the details of your circumstances, and be clear about your options before making a decision to proceed.

If you decide you'd like to try mediation, we will invite the other party in for a one-to-one information meeting too before setting up a first joint meeting between you.

Joint meetings are an hour and a half long each. The number of joint meetings you need will depend on the complexity of your situation but typically where property and finances are involved, it will take 3-5 meetings. In cases focused solely on children's arrangements, one or two joint meetings will often be sufficient.