· An initial meeting with each of you on your own to identify the difficult issues;
· One or more joint mediated sessions, where you discuss the difficult issues, and find a way forward for each;
· A professionally-written memorandum of understanding to set out the agreement that has been reached, which can be converted to a legal document if you wish to do so.
They can also provide access to solicitors to provide advice, draw up the legally-binding memorandum of understanding and support you through the rest of the stages of your divorce, including court hearings. The cost of mediation is generally split equally between the two of you.
For more information, or to discuss your needs for mediation, email email@example.com or call 0330 111 0824 between 9am and 8pm Monday to Friday, or 10am to 2pm Saturday.
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