Knowledge is power, and mediation seeks to empower all. This is our opportunity to help you to make sure you have the information you need to make the best decisions for you and your family.
Whether you are receiving detailed legal advice or not, proper information is a vital part of dispute resolution. The information we give you about options available, and the information you give us about your family circumstances, are the materials from which we can build solutions together.
We believe strongly that mediators should be able to provide the same depth and detail of guidance and information as family lawyers and other professionals. The difference is that lawyers provide it as partisan advisors, whereas mediators seek to provide it impartially and transparently to all parties. But we always encourage clients to seek out legal advice as well.
This section of our site brings together fact sheets and links across the whole range of The Mediation Centre's services. We strive to make them user friendly and up to date; we are always keen to receive suggestions for improvement.
Warning: We offer these various forms of guidance freely for all. Although copyright, they are also available for use by fellow professionals, as long as we are informed and there is proper acknowledgement. Again, we welcome suggestions for improvement so that, over time, we can be confident that the mediation community nationally has be best possible information to hand for clients.