Family Mediation

Helping people to reach a mutual agreement in relation to separation & divorce, children, finances & assets.

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Workplace Mediation

Ensuring that workplace relationships can be restored and maintained to benefit not only those in conflict but the wider team.

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Civil & Commercial Mediation

We bring individuals together to effectively communicate and to find a peaceful agreement that is fair to all.

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COVID-19 UPDATE – Due to the outbreak of Coronavirus we are currently providing appointments via telephone and in some instances video conference. For more information please contact us on 01905 330055.

It can be really difficult to get your thoughts and feelings across to another person when you are in a dispute and talking is near impossible.

Our mediation service will successfully reduce your conflict, help you to reach a mutual agreement with the other person, and improve your on- going communication, so you can continue a positive relationship in the future.

90% of our clients reach a mutual agreement that works for all concerned.

Successful Communication

Successful Communication

Our mediation will de-escalate any conflict and provide you with the skills to have effective discussions. Ultimately this will aid you to making an agreement
everyone will maintain and are satisfied with.

Clear boundaries

Clear boundaries

Our agreements are clear, easy to read, and extremely thorough. This ensures there is no confusion about the agreements made and in some instances there is no need for further expensive legal fees.

Quick turnaround and solution

Quick turnaround and solution

We understand conflict can affect your personal and work life. Our skilled efficient team are always here to answer your questions and will enable you to reach an agreement in the shortest time possible, up to a quarter of the time of other methods.

Included in our mediation service:

A written statement of your final agreement

A dedicated team of mediators & administrators who will ensure the process goes as smoothly as possible

A summary in between mediation sessions (provided in some of our mediation services)

A mediation preparation guide with tips of how to ensure a productive mediation session.

You are probably going through quite a difficult time right now which is why we have made our process simple.

Step 1

Arrange your free same day mediation consultation

Step 2

We will explore your options and arrange a suitable time for your mediation sessions

Step 3

 Please come to the sessions with an open mind. We will support and guide you through the process

I found Centre for Resolution’s mediators very helpful. They even accommodated my busy work schedule and only contacted me at times which were convenient.

– Sally R.

I found the mediator’s ability to put me at ease and empathise with my situation remarkable. The mediator was a great listener, took pride in his work and was very professional.

– Nick P.

I would highly recommend using Centre for Resolution for mediation, as they bend over backwards to remain impartial, but get the best outcome.

– Boots.

We provide same day free consultations 

Conflict can be disruptive, and a time of anxiety and we want to make it easier for you.

If you have commitments for example work, have an issue that needs immediate attention, or you would just like a convenient appointment, our same day appointments will be beneficial to you.

Call us on 01905 330055 to book your free same day mediation consultation. We have a limited number of same day appointments available.

We are sure you have many questions that you would like to ask. So to help here are just some of the frequently asked questions our clients have asked us in the past.

What issues do people attend mediation for?

For Civil & Commercial matters: Service provider and service user, Disability and access, Business to business

For Family Matters: Child arrangements, Child Maintenance, Divorce and Separation, Finances & assets

Workplace Matters: Differences in personalities, Return to work, Employer and employee

 

 What is the mediator’s role?

The mediator’s role is to facilitate a discussion between the persons involved in the dispute. Through skilled questioning, reflection and active listening, the mediator will allow you all to think about potential remedies and move closer towards an agreement.

Centre for Resolution’s team of expert mediators have a range of skills from their previous backgrounds that enables them to provide you with well-rounded information. They include Law, Coaching, Facilitation, Mentoring, Counselling, training and equality & diversity.

All of our mediators are also trained to the highest standards in their specific mediation field and are regulated by the College of Mediators.

 

Why should I try mediation?

Mediation is a type of dispute resolution which helps parties to reach a mutual agreement on a specific issue/issues. Our Mediation Centres enable calm discussion where all participants can explore their opinions and feelings without being judged. The mediator is impartial. From our experience, we have found that mediation works in most instances. It is cheaper, faster and less inflammatory than most other resolution methods so will enable you to reach a solution quickly.

We have many mediation centres across England and Wales and if we don’t have a centre near you, we can arrange an alternative venue to hold your mediation. We also have the option of Online Mediation and Telephone Mediation.

Call now to speak to one of our experts