The end of a marriage or long-term relationship can be tough. But mediation helps you talk to your ex-partner so that you can make important decisions about your finances, your home and your children.
Mediation offers a non-judgemental environment that gives you space and time to think about what’s important to you both. And if you have children, mediation can help you sort out the child access, maintenance and living arrangements that work for your whole family.
If you have children, mediation can help you sort out child access, maintenance and living arrangements that work for your whole family.
With the right support, it’s possible to work through disagreements with your ex-partner so that you can find a way forward without having to involve the courts. There are plenty of organisations that can give you information and advice, including the ones below.
The Family Mediation Council. The council can put you in touch with family mediators in your area.
National Family Mediation. This organisation offers family mediation in England and Wales.
Family Mediation NI. This organisation provides family mediation in Northern Ireland.
Relationships Scotland. This a network of family mediators and other family support services in Scotland.
Resolution. A network of family lawyers in England and Wales, who can help you find a family law solicitor in your area.
Your local Law Centre. To get legal advice and guidance within your local community.
The Law Society. The society can help if you’re worried about your ability to pay for legal advice.
Your EAP. If you’re in work, your employer may have an employee assistance programme (EAP) that can help. Get in touch with your EAP directly, or speak to your HR department to find out more.
BWC. We offer a range of relationship services to current and former bank employees so may be able to give you advice and guidance.
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