I think we can avoid court, but we need a helping hand
If you think you and your partner are able to communicate amicably whilst divorcing or separating, then ‘Mediation’ or ‘Collaborative Law’ could be for you. As both processes avoid the need of going to Court, significant costs can be saved.
Visit Newbury Mediation for more information on mediation.
Mediation means that an impartial third party attends a series of meetings to help you both, discuss
and reach your own agreement on your separation or divorce, your children, finances or property. You
can go into mediation at any time you wish – before separating, during negotiations or even at an advanced stage of litigation. For further details please visit our sister site, newburymediation.com.
Collaborative Law is sometimes referred to as ‘Mediation with Lawyers’. This is when clients and their
respective Lawyer have four-way, face-to-face meetings where everyone is committed to finding the
best solutions together by dignified discussion. Key decisions are made by the parties with the aid of
their lawyer – not by a stranger in a courtroom.