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Mediation is a process that enables people to make fair decisions and agree practical solutions in the event of a dispute. It is a series of discussions facilitated by a mediator, in a safe, neutral environment, to help both parties reach an outcome that is acceptable to everyone involved.
Our mediation services encourage clear, calm, reasonable communication to ensure both parties discuss their needs, reach practical, workable solutions and agree how to put them into place, so that everyone can move forwards.
Paul and Sue separated eighteen months ago and things had gone from bad to worse. Sue had stayed in the house with the children and Paul had moved in with his new partner.
Tom was referred to mediation after an argument with his mum resulted in him moving out. It was hoped that the relationship with his mum could be improved and that he could move back into the family home. Tom was 16 years old.
Frank and Carol had been to their local Citizens Advice Bureau for help as they had decided to separate. The CAB suggested they call Essex Mediation for a free information meeting.
Emma and Callum had been married for 9 years. They have a 5 year old daughter, Jasmine, who has just started school. Emma, Callum and his father run a small family building business.
A building company appointed Mr Brown as their new Director. In addition to his role as Director he was also expected to be Chair of the property development subsidiary.
Matt had no idea just how draining the divorce would be, he told us at the end of his second mediation session. He was worried about the effect that it was having on his children.
The Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service (Cafcass) believe that 5% of children involved in divorce or separation […]
At Essex Mediation we know that Christmas is not always a happy time for everyone. Many parents and grandparents find […]
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This special Christmas video was created to highlight the benefits of family mediation compared with going to court.