19 March 2014
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19 March 2014, Comments: 0

DO I HAVE TO MEDIATE?

Meeting with a mediator may open your eyes to an alternative you had never thought imaginable or even possible.

In April 2014 it will be compulsory for you to attend a mediator if you are getting divorced or separating.

Engaging with Greater Manchester Mediation enables you to remain in control of how much time and money you spend in deciding how you are going to separate your finances and parent your children.  You avoid lengthy court battles that drain you of your energy and money, and if you do have children, you show them that problems can be overcome in a friendly, amicable manner. These are valuable life lessons for them which also helps them come to terms with the divorce without worrying about their parents fighting with each other.

We guide you through the mediation process and provide you with the skills and tools to enable you to reach a satisfactory and mutually acceptable resolution.

If you want us to support you throughout the process, our average mediation takes three sessions.

Imagine having your divorce and separation issues, the finances and parenting of your children dealt with in the space of a couple of months. We work to your time scale, with you in charge of the outcome.

Our team of professionals are committed to helping you decide, in your own way, what you want your future life to be like.  We help you move on and face the future free of debilitating disputes.

You will not have to worry about the escalating legal costs, will it ever end or what the outcome will eventually be, because you are in control.

Choose mediation, and own your life.

Don’t hesitate to mediate.

 

 

 

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