Sebastian Church Halifax

Independent Family Mediators

Seeking a secure environment to talk about your dispute? 

which way to settle family disagreements?

Need to figure out how to share the bills or take care of the kids after a breakup?

Is it important for you to reconnect with your ex-spouse?

Sebastian Church Family Mediators Can Help

Family Mediation Halifax

Managing the day-to-day fallout of a broken relationship.

In the event of a marital or relationship breakdown, family mediation Halifax can be used to facilitate the resolution of the myriad of logistical concerns that arise. You might want to resolve:

• child-related matters, such as where the kids will be living and how the responsibilities for them will be divided

• your financial situation, such as your home, savings, debts, pension, and other assets

• communication and relationships, including future co-parenting arrangements now that you are living apart, methods of coordinating and sharing information, etc.

You get to determine your own fate during mediation. The mediator’s job is to assist you weigh your options and come to an understanding.

What is the procedure of family mediation Halifax?

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During the first appointment, an experienced mediator will meet with you and your ex-partner in separate sessions. After this, you will take part in Family mediation Halifax sessions, which will allow you, your ex-partner, and the mediator to discuss the issues that have arisen between the two of you.

Although the mediator is unable to offer legal advice, they will do the following:

  • They will do it without adopting a position, listening to both of your points of view.
  • Establish conditions that will facilitate achieving an understanding that you can both be satisfied with.
  • propose particular measures to encourage agreement
  • Everything you say during the mediation session will be held in the strictest confidence.

If you have children, your mediator will make sure that their needs and the things that are in their best interest come first. If the mediator feels it is necessary and you give them permission, they may even talk to your children if they think it is suitable.

What are the advantages of divorce or Family Mediation Halifax

Mediation offers a wide variety of benefits to both parties.
You can save money by mediating a dispute instead of taking expensive legal or employment tribunal action. Mediation is more cost-effective, less expensive, and less expensive than these other options.
You will be able to save tens of thousands of pounds on the expensive costs of going to court, having a trial or tribunal, hiring a lawyer, a barrister, or a solicitor, and hiring an expert.

Save time – You’ll save a lot of time by mediating instead of going to court because the process is far more streamlined and less time-consuming.
Even while resolving certain family disputes, such as a divorce or a separation, can take as long as a few months, mediation is still going to be a speedier option than going to court.

Informal – no Court, no Judges, no tribunal. There will be no witness evidence, and there will also be no cross-examination!
The procedures involved in mediation are informal, less intimidating, and can take place in a neutral location of your choosing.

Less harmful –

Mediation can help to repair, restore, enhance, and preserve post- or fresh-damaged relationships that could have been damaged by litigation, court, or employment tribunal actions. These types of relationships include: • Commercial or business relationships, which allow trading to continue

Mediation can also help to repair, restore, enhance, and preserve new relationships. • Employment connections within the workplace, so that individuals can continue to work alongside one another in a manner that is both calm and productive.

Relationships inside the family, especially those involving children, are especially important.
Family Mediation Halifax gives you the opportunity to form your own opinions and draw your own conclusions, which makes it simpler for you to exercise control over the situation.

You are the one who chooses the suitable action to take and the outcome that you want.
You get the opportunity to negotiate the conditions, in contrast to a judge or arbitrator who decides for you and imposes a resolution regardless of whether or not you agree with it, and regardless of whether the judge or arbitrator is impartial or not.

Confidential – The mediation process is strictly confidential and takes place in a private setting. Therefore, sensitive information is protected, and your privacy is ensured to the fullest extent possible.

As a result, the conversations and agreements reached during the mediation are strictly confidential and cannot be disclosed to any party that was not directly participating in the process.
All of our discussions aimed at finding a solution to your disagreement will be held in the strictest confidence. To put this another way, the parties will not be able to depend on what took place during the mediation if the dispute is not resolved over the course of the mediation.

Is family mediation Halifax enforceable in court?

Despite the fact that mediation is not in and of itself legally enforceable, the court is nevertheless able to enforce the agreement that was reached during the mediation process, and it can even turn the agreement into a consent order.

After this step is done, the order will be legally enforceable and will have a binding effect on all parties involved.

Is there a need for family mediation Halifax?

When celebrations are unable to reach an agreement with one another, the courts will, as a final resort, favour the use of mediation Halifax whenever it is possible to do so.

With the exception of certain circumstances, such as residential misuse, both parties of a couple are required to take part in a Mediation Info Assessment Satisfying (MIAM) before the mediation therapy may be explained to them.

If you make the decision not to move further with mediation, the mediator will issue an MIAM certification to validate that you have actually given the mediation process the required factor to consider. If you decide not to move forward with mediation Halifax, this certification will be provided to you.

After that point, you will have the right to request an explanation from the court on your case.

If you are going through a divorce or splitting up and would also like to speak with an experienced family mediator, please call our team at the following number: 03300 101 352 or email an online request.

We earn our customers’ trust and confidence by providing excellent advice in a manner that is clear, considerate, and straightforward, as well as by working diligently to achieve the outcomes they desire.

Are you worried about the costs? During the time that the government voucher scheme is active, Sebastian Church Halifax will accept them.