When you are coping with separation and divorce then it is easy to feel that you have few choices, or even none at all. Click on my ’Divorce Questions’ to see if I can help and empower you to work out what you want to achieve. On the Homepage slides above you can double click each option (Collaborative Law, Mediation, Negotiations or Court proceedings) and find detailed explanations of the different choices you have of how I can help you to resolve your family dispute, including:
Constructive divorce with dignity; no contested court proceedings or solicitors’ correspondence.
As a Family Mediator I use my experience to guide separating couples to mutually acceptable agreements.
The attitude of your spouse may force you to use court proceedings to get what you are entitled to.
To be successful, negotiations must be carefully and strategically prepared to secure your entitlement without the costs and stress of court proceedings.
I can help with occasional guidance or by drafting a Consent Order to convert your agreement into a legally binding one. You can find the law on the internet but you need to get it interpreted and applied to your specific circumstances.
Sometimes a bit of reassurance can help you re-engage with your current solicitor or you may have lost your trust and confidence in your solicitor if your professional working relationship has broken down.
I am passionate about empowering clients to make informed choices and know all the options available to them to find the most effective, efficent and constructive way of resolving their family disputes.
Remember you have choices and options. Don’t let your spouse or former partner let you think otherwise. Don’t let anyone, including your solicitor limit your choices. Read the detailed explanations, advantages and disadvantages of each method of sorting out your diffeences with your partner by clicking on “Your Options” at th etop of the page. I can send you a leaflet about your options or you could click this link to the Resolution leaflet about these options
To discuss your family’s specific circumstances contact:
Divorce, Mediation and Family Law
Duane Plant: 01223 421 051
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org