Role of a Mediator, Family Law Solicitors Berkhamsted, Amersham & Beaconsfield

The Role of a Mediator

The role of a mediator is to help clients to talk and listen to each other constructively, in a safe environment. They don’t take sides, judge the rights and wrongs of disputes, or provide opinions or advice. They are skilled in helping clients to look to the future and work out their own lasting solutions.

The Agreement

The mediation agreement clearly records what the clients have said they will do to improve the situation and how they will handle any future problems.

The agreement is not legally binding; its success relies on the goodwill of the clients. It is confidential and will only be shared with others with the clients’ consent.

Follow-up

We contact each client 1 month later by phone to offer further support as necessary, 3 months and 6 months by email.

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To ensure you receive the best family law advice available, please call us now on 01494 776 696 or Make An Online Enquiry and we will get back to you right away.

We inspire trust and confidence in our clients by offering high- quality advice in a clear, straightforward and compassionate manner.

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