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The Importance Of Choosing The Right Mediator During Your Divorce

Let’s talk about the importance of choosing the right mediator during your divorce

Mediation is a process in which a neutral third-party mediator assists a separating couple in reaching an agreement on divorce-related matters. Having a mediator present throughout a divorce can provide numerous advantages such as:

Time-efficient- Mediation can be completed in a relatively short period of time whereas a court process can take months or even years.

Cost-effective- Mediation is often less expensive than going to court as it eliminates the need for expensive legal fees and court costs.

Flexible- Mediation allows for more flexibility in the divorce process as the couple can design an agreement that best fits their unique needs and circumstances.

Privacy- Mediation takes place in a private setting which allows for a more comfortable and less stressful process for both parties, which can be particularly beneficial when children are involved.

Control- During mediation, the couple has more control over the outcome of the divorce as they are the ones making the decisions, whereas in a court process the overall decision is made by a judge.

At Kew Mediation we are here to provide a neutral and unbiased service that provides everyone a voice and ends with a resolution. Our assessment meeting costs £99 and mediation sessions are £200 per person per session and last up to two hours.

To enquire further about our mediation services, fill out the contact form or email us at

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