Inclusive Mediation Salford Quays

After a divorce, parents often seek mediation to work out the details of their new life together, with the interests of their children always front in their minds.

As you can expect, children are worried about the future as a result of the changes occurring in their household.

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Child Inclusive Mediation Salford Quays

Child Inclusive Mediation Salford Quays

The third parties Lakes mediation which has experience mediators experts in handling such situations.

Just where are they going to set up home? In other words, do they plan to continue living together? The children wonder how their parents will interact with each other. Concerning what, may I inquire as to their social life, extracurriculars, and such such matters? Will the dog, the cat, or the other family pets be visible? You forgot about Grandma and Grandpa, right?
How do you if mediation is required or needed?
Why Mediation Is Needed

While their parents are in mediation, children who participate in “Child Inclusive Mediation” can express their feelings and offer their perspectives without having to make decisions or choose sides.

We recognise that in this time of change, children value the opportunity to voice their concerns and provide input on future plans.

Your mediator will discuss ways in which your children can be involved and, if you and your ex-spouse agree, will schedule separate meetings with your children.

Most of the time, these conferences are held in a neutral location, such an office or a school after hours, and they are scheduled at a time that is convenient for all parties involved.

Benefits of Lakes Mediation Salford Quays

Your mediator will have a conversation with your children about the issues you both believe are important to discuss, such as the impact of a potential sale of the family home.

How do you think your children will react to the fact that you’re no longer together?

When children are included in the mediation process, they have a voice. This is especially helpful because their worries won’t always be the same as yours.

Meetings with children are private, so they can control how their thoughts and feelings are communicated to their parents.

When children were given a voice in the mediation process, their parents worked together to make their goals a reality.

Mediating can help in  several ways, including:

Success Stories
From Lakes Mediation Salford Quays Clients

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It makes many parents conscious that how much they have to pay for the child maintenance. It also makes some questions about who will take an active part in the day to day life of the child. It is important to reach a mutual consent so that there are no disputes.
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We help the parents to reach that mutual consent very quickly as the mediators we have been very experienced in handling tougher situations. There are many provisions in the law which are enforceable when the parents have promised or given in written to do a certain support for the child.
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The mediators we have a specially trained in such area. We just have to contact us to carry out the process easily.