Put the past behind you and move forward
Whether it’s about disagreements following a death or a separation, or prior to a divorce, family disputes can be fuelled with high emotions which make clear and calm discussions extremely difficult to carry out. Minerva Mediation can help families to come together and discuss their differences rationally and peacefully.
We understand that there always two sides to every story, so even if you feel like no-one is willing to listen to yours, you can be assured that with Minerva Mediation you will have the chance to voice your points to your family in an atmosphere where everyone is encouraged to stay calm and listen.
Civilised separation and practical planning
When family relationships breakdown there are so many things to consider and do, just at a time when family members may be feeling emotionally drained and unsure where to turn. We offer a mediation service with a practical focus. We provide a wide range of information on sources of available help so than everyone can navigate their way to a new future.
- Arrangements for children including, contact, residence, holidays, education, maintenance and parenting plans.
- Mediation between parents and grandparents and also special guardians and parents.
- Parent and teen mediation.
- Property and financial issues for separating couples including pensions, maintenance, family homes and investment properties.
- Property issues for unmarried couples including TOLATA , claims against properties registered in sole names and Children Act claims.
- Wills, probate and inheritance disputes.
Always ready to listen
We understand that approaching discussions calmly, with the willingness to listen to what everyone has to say is critical to finding an outcome that satisfies everybody.
Minerva Mediation can help you to overcome the difficulties you are facing right now with your family and move on in the right direction. Call us now on 01895 706 955 or email us via our contact page.
Family Mediation Information & Assessment Meeting (MIAM)
If you have separated and are in dispute about finances or arrangements for the children, unless certain exceptions apply, court rules require you to attend a Family Mediation Information & Assessment Meeting (MIAM) before you can apply to court.
A MIAM is an information session to discuss how mediation might help it’s not a mediation meeting and you don’t then have to attend mediation if you or we don’t think it is suitable. You can attend a MIAM on your own or with the person you are in dispute with if you prefer.