Things To Know About Mediation Archway

Do I require the services of a Mediator in order to obtain a divorce?

If you have come to the conclusion that your marriage/relationship has come to an end with no prospect of reconciliation, you and your ex-partner may choose to work with a mediator Archway in order to maintain control over the outcomes and avoid court proceedings or lawsuits.

When it comes to divorce and separation, mediation Archway is a much more affordable and expedient option. It also aids in the improvement of communication and understanding between the parties.

When you and your ex-partner separate, a mediator will support and assist you in reaching your own informed decisions on all or some of the issues that have arisen as a result of your separation by providing key legal and other information, as well as pragmatic guidance on the issues that need to be resolved while keeping the applicable law in mind.

Other professionals may be brought in to act as a third-party neutral to assist in the decision-making process and to provide support to the process. For example, if there are significant pension investments that need to be sorted out and agreed upon, a report on pension sharing and divorce would need to be considered.

If you want to have a divorce that is kind, compassionate, and dignified, you should consider working with a mediator. Mediators Archway are skilled and trained in the management of conflict, the creation of a safe environment for productive and constructive dialogue, and the redressing of power disparities.

When you participate in mediation Archway you will be able to keep the big picture in mind, and you and your ex-partner will be encouraged to remain civil and courteous to one another. You would be willing to share space with your child on big events such as birthdays, game sessions, Academic visits, graduations, engagements, weddings, and the birth of grandchildren if you have children.

Ultimately, we want to make a positive difference in the lives of you, your children, and future generations; we want to change the way people think about divorce. Divorce does not have to be toxic, bitter, and twisted; instead, it can be kind, compassionate, and dignified if both parties want to work together for the greater good of all.

For those who are interested in getting the process started, please complete and submit a Self-Referral Form and schedule your preliminary completely separate Mediation Information & Assessment Meeting (MIAM) through our website. In the following step, we will contact your ex-partner to encourage them to participate in the process by considering the advantages of family mediation Archway which include: supporting a more compassionate and kinder divorce, lower costs and the ability to maintain control over the outcome, as well as a quicker resolution when compared to court-based proceedings.

When comparing mediation Archway and counselling/therapy, what is the main difference?

People frequently have the misconception that a mediator is similar to a counsellor or therapist and that they will assist couples in conflict to reconcile and re-establish their relationship.

Mediators Archway are not advisors or counsellors; we have skills that are similar to those of these professionals, but we are not trained or qualified to assist parties who wish to resolve and who need to discover historical issues and deep-rooted historical issues in order to achieve reconciliation.

If this maintenance is done, mediators Archway will refer the parties to appropriate counsellors and therapists who can provide them with the necessary assistance and support.

Couples in conflict can be empowered by mediators Archway to remain future-oriented, to put issues on the backburner that don’t serve them or their families and keep them stuck in the past, and, most importantly, to make their own educated choices about all or some of the problems arising out of one‘s separation and/or divorce, without the assistance of a third party.

The parties will agree on and set the agenda for the mediation Archway sessions, which will typically cover and explore legal problems related to their dependent children, such as whether a primary caregiver is required or whether shared care will be the most beneficial for the children in question. How much time will they spend with each of their parents? Arrangements for holidays and special occasions, among other things.

Additionally, they may wish to discuss and come to an agreement on financial rights and obligations relating to child support, what should be done with the family home, the division of other investments and assets, including pension sharing on divorce, and whether there are pension assets to resolve.

Family mediation Archway may also include and explore soft topics such as “boundary setting” and communication difficulties in order to assist the parties in reaching mutually acceptable agreements and understandings on such key issues, which are often more important to them than the legal issues.

If you have come to the conclusion that your relationship or marriage is over, you may wish to seek the assistance of a mediator. And you would like an amicable divorce/separation in which you retain control over the outcomes and do not relinquish decision-making authority to a Judge.

Please get in touch with us if you are ready to get the ball rolling. Afterwards, we will contact your former partner (unless you specifically request that we don’t) to encourage them to participate in the process by highlighting the benefits of family mediation Archway which include a more compassionate and less expensive divorce; the ability to maintain control over the outcome; and a quicker resolution when compared to court-based proceedings.