Free Family Mediation

Dealing with family conflicts can be emotionally and financially draining. Speak to us about Legal Aid Mediation and Child Access Mediation

Free Family Mediation offer legal aid mediation to provide a much needed solution

Free Family Mediation: Expert Guidance and Separation Advice for Constructive Resolutions

Beaconsfield

Resolve Your Family Conflicts Around Divorce, Separation, Finances, Child Matters and More

Legal aid mediation is a valuable resource for families in need of legal services, particularly those dealing with family disputes such as divorce or child custody.

Welcome to our Free Family Mediation where we provide comprehensive support to help you navigate through tough times with ease.

Our dedicated team of mediators and legal experts will offer mediation information and guide you through the entire process of family and child access mediation ensuring a hassle-free and positive outcome for all parties involved.

Benefits Of Free Family Mediation

Fast and effective:

Our team works diligently to ensure that your issues are resolved in a timely manner.

Online or in-person:

Choose between the convenience of online sessions or traditional face-to-face meetings.

Out of hours and weekend service:

We offer flexible appointment times to fit around your busy schedules.

No cost to yourselves:

Benefit from our free services and let us handle your legal matters with utmost professionalism.

Avoid court:

Save time, money, and emotional strain by keeping your disputes out of court.

Completely impartial, private, and confidential:

Trust that your discussions will be handled with discretion, fairness, and confidentiality.

How to Get Started
  1. Fill out our online contact form to schedule an initial consultation.
  2. Attend a no-obligation consultation to discuss your issue with one of our mediators or legal experts.
  3. We’ll develop a tailored resolution plan to address your unique situation.
  4. Proceed with mediation or legal assistance as needed, until a satisfactory resolution is achieved.
Requirements for the Service

To be eligible for our free family mediation and legal aid services, you must:

    • Be experiencing a family-related conflict, such as divorce, separation, child custody, parenting plans, or financial disputes.
    • Be in receipt of income related benefit such as Universal Credit, JSA (Job Seekers Allowance, ESA or Pension Credit or be on a low income.
    • Be willing to provide accurate and relevant information to the mediators or legal experts.
    • Agree to participate in good faith and work collaboratively towards a resolution.
Why Free Family Mediation is a Cost Effective Way to Start

 Many individuals in the UK hesitate to opt for mediation due to a lack of understanding about the mediation process.

At Free Family Mediation, our priority is to address the issues experienced by our clients and their families. While there may be skepticism regarding family or child access mediation as a means to resolve your concerns, there’s little to lose by giving it a chance. While mediation doesn’t provide legal separation advice, you’ll find that we can assist you in navigating your family challenges in a cost-effective and timely manner.

All it takes is acknowledging the existence of an issue and reaching out to us. From there, we’ll handle the rest, guiding you towards a resolution that best serves your family’s needs.

Your Mediation Options
FAQS
Most frequent questions and answers

Mediation is a neutral place for separating or divorcing parents to discuss the obstacles which still hold them together. Most commonly these are children, money and property. Mediation is not a relationship counselling service, but a way for former partners to amicably divide their assets and children’s access without needing to involve the time and expense of courts and judges who may not fully understand the situation.

The system is self-referred. To discuss your mediation needs just call us. We offer pre-mediation advice for just the price of the phone call which will help you decide if mediation is suitable for you. (Your Mediation Information Assessment Meeting).

No, a mediator is completely neutral. You are encouraged to seek legal advice through a solicitor in conjunction with your mediation sessions to ensure the terms you have reached are suitable for your requirements. However mediation can mean that family court can be avoided and disputes resolved.

An agreement reached through mediation is not legally binding. It relies on both parties standing by the agreed terms. This does not affect your legal rights. If you prefer, the mediation agreement can be taken to a solicitor to be drawn up as a legal document. Alternatively, the case can be put before the judge if mediation does not work for you.

How It Works

The entire process of family mediation can be broken down into small steps in order to help one understand the process better:

Step 1: The parties will arrange an initial appointment with the trained mediator.

Step 3: During the first mediation assessment meeting, the mediation agenda is prepared and the sessions are tailored around your needs and the issues that you’d like to discuss with the other party or individual, for example child arrangements

Step 4: If there is more than one issue, then the issues are classified as per their priorities and more pressing issues are tackled and resolved first.

Step 5: The Free Family Mediation sessions take place and these provide individuals in dispute with each other a great platform to talk it out and clarify the issues so that future misunderstandings can be avoided.

Step 6: Once the common ground is arrived upon by all the parties involved owing to the mediator then the parties are explained about the options that they can choose from.

Step 7: Once all the parties settle upon a solution, it is secured through mutually acceptable proposals.

Step 8: The proposals are then signed by both or all the parties and documented.

And this is how the Free Family Mediation service works, if you need help in just eight simple steps the solution is reached and the dispute is settled! Therefore this is the reason why our services are effective for tackling family issues and quarrels..

Take Action

Disputes and quarrels are a part and parcel of life.

These should be handled with tact in order to ensure that they do not affect the quality of life of the individuals involved and that a common solution is derived so that all the parties can be happy!

Family disputes are something that requires the touch of an expert in order to solve the problems and ensure that all parties remain problem-free and contented.

Free Family Mediation is the best way to find a solution to family disputes because the service offered is effective, impartial and confidential.

At times people may also choose to approach a legal professional like a solicitor to take care of the problems but this may not work.

This is because not only is it expensive but unlike Free Family Mediation services, this solution encourages one to go for litigation sans any help or advice first; who knows, maybe with a bit of advice and communication the problem would have been solved and legal intervention wouldn’t have been necessary!

Free Family Mediation is a good option is you are looking for mediation support and unsure where to start.