DIY Divorce – Do it Yourself with the Help of a Mediator

Our mediators have been helping people get a resolution of issues in their marriage for many years. Our vast experience working in the family courts as solicitors* enable us to help parties draft an amicable legally binding agreement in a short space of time. Firstly, it is essential if you want to get a DIY Divorce or diy separation to have all of the headings necessary for the agreement discussed and resolved. We provide parties with templates and although we don’t give legal advice you are welcome to draw on our experience in the courts in making your decisions.

If parties wish to separate or divorce and do it themselves. Mediation can help parties work out what is best for them. Parties work with the mediator to ensure all areas are in the legally binding document prior to separating or divorcing. Call us and ask for the help of a trained accredited mediator . 

Many parties who come to us don’t know what should go into an agreement. They rely on others such as friends to tell them and often this can lead to further conflict. However, our service is unique, as it draws on our experience as solicitors. Importantly, it facilitates discussion for parties on areas they may never have thought of discussing . Divorcing is dramatic without having to think of how to go about finalising matters. Let us help.

DIY Divorce may not be a suitable option if parties feel their case might be complex. Or if they can’t get an agreement on certain issues without it breaking down then mediation may help.

Mediation is a voluntary process whereby both parties have an opportunity to state their points of view. The mediator will then help them find a way forward. After mediation is completed some clients have told us that they bring their binding agreement home and prepare themselves for a DIY Divorce.

At the meeting both parties are invited to raise their concerns about their circumstances. In addition, the mediator ensures each are heard by the other party. Furthermore there are agreed ground rules for communication. The mediator uses principles in order to help  both have meaningful conversation leading onto a legally binding document.

Why not try mediation before court you have nothing to lose. It might just help you both find the agreement you have been looking for.

Call us today on 087 98 32 112 or email us on we are there to answer any questions you may have.

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*The aforementioned is not legal advice. But parties can draw on the mediator’s experience of working as a solicitor

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