Mediation Archway and Divorce – What You Need To Know

A Mediator Archway isn’t required for my divorce.

A mediator Archway can help you and your ex-partner avoid court proceedings and litigation if you have decided that your marriage/relationship is over and there is no hope of reconciliation.

If you are divorcing or separating from your spouse, mediation Archway can be a more cost-effective and time-saving option.

It is the mediator’s Archway job to help you and your ex-partner resolve all or some of the issues that arise from your breakup by providing key legal and other information and practical guidance on the issues that need to be resolved with the backdrop of the law applicable in mind.

Third-party neutrals can sometimes be brought in to help with the process and decision-making. As an example, if there are significant pension investments that have not yet been settled, a report on pension sharing and divorce may be necessary.

Working with a mediator is the best option if you want a divorce that is compassionate, kind, and dignified. It is the expertise and training of mediators Archway that enables them to manage conflict, create an environment conducive to productive dialogue, and correct power imbalances.

Mediation Archway will help you and your ex-partner stay civil and polite to one another, allowing you to focus on the bigger picture. In the event you have children, this is especially important because you’ll be able to share space with them on special occasions such as milestone birthdays or special assemblies or sporting events.

By working together, you can transform divorce from a destructive process into a positive experience for you, your children, and future generations; we hope to do this by empowering you to take control of your own destiny.

Complete and submit a Self-Referral Form and book your first separate Mediation Information and Assessment Meeting (MIAM) online if you are ready to get started. As a result, we will contact your ex-partner to encourage them to participate in the process, highlighting the advantages of family mediation, such as lower costs and the ability to control the outcome of the divorce.

Counselling and mediation Archway is not the same thing.

It’s a common misconception that a mediator acts as an intermediary between the parties involved in a dispute, helping them to resolve their differences and reuniting them.

Mediators Archway are not counsellors or therapists; we have similar skills but are not trained or qualified to support parties who wish to reconcile and need to explore historical problems and deep-rooted historical issues.

As needed, mediators Archway will refer parties to appropriate counsellors and therapists for this service.

Couples are empowered by mediators Archway to keep their focus on the future, to put aside issues that don’t benefit them or their families, and most importantly, to make their own informed decisions about all or some of the issues arising from their separation and/or divorce.

Mediation Archway sessions usually cover and explore legal issues related to the care of the parties’ dependent children, such as whether a primary caregiver is needed or if “shared-care” is the best option for the children. How much time will each parent spend with their children? Arrangements for holidays, birthdays, and other special events.

If there are any pension assets involved in the divorce, they may also want to think about and come to an agreement on financial rights and responsibilities related to maintenance, what should happen to the family home and the division of other investments and assets.

In order to reach mutually acceptable agreements and understandings on these key issues, which are often more important to the parties than legal issues, the parties may also consider and explore “soft” topics like “boundary setting” and communication difficulties during family mediation Archway.

If the relationship/marriage is coming to an end, you may want to hire a mediator. A collaborative divorce/separation would allow you to retain control over the outcome and not cede authority to a judge.

Please contact us if you’re ready to get started. To encourage your ex-partner to participate in the process, we will contact them (unless you specifically request that we not do so at this point) and explain to them the advantages of family mediation Archway which include a more compassionate divorce, lower costs, greater control over the process, as well as the possibility of a quicker resolution than would be possible through traditional legal means.