Divorce settlement through mediation

Our cases and the law put parties and their legal team at risk if they do not attempt to mediate the divorce dispute at an early stage.

Mediation assists both parties in working out arrangements for themselves and their children instead of handing over control of their affairs to a court.

The process reduces conflict by helping couples consider the issues that need to be settled and the various options for settlement that may be available to them. It helps couples work toward financial settlements and focus on children’s feelings and needs, encouraging parental cooperation wherever possible.

It is trite that a consensus-seeking process rather than adversarial proceedings result in a saving of both time and legal costs. 

ARTICLES ON DIVORCE MEDIATION

MUST DIVORCING PARTIES ATTEMPT TO MEDIATE THEIR DISPUTE?

DIVORCE MEDIATION AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO LITIGATION

HIGH COURT MEDIATION RULES

DIVORCE MEDIATION AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO LITIGATION

DIVORCE MEDIATION YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED

MEDIATION BETTER THAN ARM WRESTLING

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