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Agreeing Finances on Divorce

Getting a Financial OrderFor the court to approve your proposals on your finances you will be required to disclosure to each other all your up-to-date financial information. The document you will need to complete is called Form E. This is to enable you to make an...

Civil Mediation Complaints Process

MSUK Group complies with the requirements of Civil Mediation Council. MSUK Group will deal promptly and courteously with any complaint, formal or informal, made to the service.  The cause of any problem of which a client has complained will be investigated. If...

How Much Does Mediation Cost?

Most firms charge £140 plus vat per hour, we charge a very fair rate of £100 plus vat per client per hour. As Mediation Solutions UK is an accredited practice we can also offer the Ministry of Justice (MOJ) voucher which provides couples with a contribution of £500...

What is a Family Mediation Service?

Family mediators help you to turn your arguments into agreements to help you make decisions for the future, to enable you to move on with your lives. It helps you focus on the issues affecting both of you, for example, parenting, property, and money, and what to do about it all now that you are separated.

Family mediation is faster, cheaper, and less stressful than going to court to try to reach agreements on issues connected to your divorce or separation.

What does Family Mediation cover?

In mediation you get to set the agenda, and this can be anything that you both agree to discuss and mediate on and typically the issues discussed in family mediation can include:

Parenting Issues such as:

  • When and where the children will spend time with each of you.
  • Helping grandparents keep in contact with their grandchildren.
  • Agreeing child maintenance and support payments.
  • Arrangements for school holidays and key events such as Christmas, Birthdays etc.
  • Any other issues you wish to agree on – such as schooling, holidays, relocation, change of name, introducing new partners.

Financial & Property issues such as:

  • How your assets will be divided.
  • What happens to your family home, including who will move out and when this will happen.
  • Support payments to be made.
  • Division of pensions and investments.
  • Spousal maintenance.
  • How any upcoming bills will be settled.