A family upheaval of any kind can be an extremely traumatic experience for everyone involved. This can be more pronounced when children are included especially if the dispute concerns the separation or divorce of their parents. At the National Watford Family Mediation Service we are sensitive to the needs of all participants.
Suppose you come across an unfortunate situation in which your wife has decided to divorce you. She is not ready to live with you anymore because of some grave reasons and has decided to end the relationship.
At this point, you might face the problem of sorting out arrangements with her regarding the custody of children, segregation of financial assets like your house, savings, pension, debts and other legal matters like wills or probate. In short, you need someone who can help you with Watford family mediation.
In any case, we at National Watford Family Mediation Service are happy to inform you that we stand ready to assist you. In order to make this process easier and less stressful for you, we offer top-notch services for Watford family mediation.
Our mission, with the help of our team of trained family mediators, is to offer specialised aid in resolving a wide range of family-related issues, including but not limited to separation, conflict, and divorce.
We listen to the concerns of all those involved and attempt to reach a favourable agreement by encouraging open communication between the parties. When children are involved, they are provided with a safe forum enabling them to discuss their views and preference over how they would like matters concerning them to be resolved.
The job of a family mediator is to provide fast and cost effective ways of resolving your family disputes. There is no need for you to go to the courts as everything is managed by our company. We make sure that the courts are kept far from you as much as possible. Since we value your privacy to the supreme level, the process takes place behind closed doors at the location of your choice.
Watford Family mediation is a technique that can assist you and your loved ones come to an understanding. This is the best option for those who would prefer to avoid going to court or any other sort of governing authority. The primary benefit is that you and your spouse can have your divorce-related conversations in an impartial setting. During the conversation, the family mediators present the couple with two options: (1) try to rebuild their relationship, or (2) manage their lives independently through self resolution.
If your relationship is coming to an end, you will have to attend Mediation Information and Assessment meetings (MIAM) in order to start the process. These meetings prove to be really helpful for sorting out an outstanding issue around situations like financial matters or childcare procedures. According to a new law implemented in 2011, it has become virtually essential to attend these meetings.
The government believed that it will be easy for most of the families to afford this option. Later in 2014, another change was introduced in the law which made MIAM a statutory obligation before you attend court. You don’t have to worry about the expenses as mediation costs are manageable. Our services are extremely affordable. Overall we can surely say that mediation is the best option for both the parties. Plus, you will be attended by some our highly trained mediators who will deal with your case with their heartiest empathies.
It used to be the case that mediation was seen as an optional extra in a divorce case. However, that is not true any longer. You will now have to attend special meetings under a new provision of the Children and Families Act, 2014, which came into force much earlier this year.
The implications of this law are now being felt in the courts, and most importantly by mediation services, which have seen an increase in demand. The changes to this law now make it absolutely a certainty that you will have to attend MIAMS (Mediation and Assessment Meetings) preceding the progression of a divorce to the law courts (that is, if you have no special mitigating circumstances).
This change is now in full effect, and you should seek advice before going ahead with any legal arrangements.