Windmill Hill Business Park,
Swindon, SN5 6QR
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Barclay DeVere Family Mediation Service Swindon
Mediation can help resolve legal disagreements quickly and cheaply, without going to court.
Mediation is a face-to-face meeting between the clients and a professional mediator.
The mediator’s role is to encourage clients to talk together and find a solution.
Why Mediation Works
– Meeting face-to-face can help people agree
– Unbiased mediator helps clients to act reasonably
– In a family dispute, children’s voices will be heard
Mediation Works For
– Families having difficulties, such as parental break-ups and custody disputes
– Neighbour disputes
– Commercial disputes
– Property or real estate
– Issues with wills
The Principles of Mediation
– Impartial and unbiased. Mediators are not allowed, by law, to make decisions for their clients
– Open discussion, considering all points of view
– Sensitive to people’s needs
– Find a solution that’s best for all involved
Why go to mediation rather than court?
– It’s fast. The whole process could be over before you would have even got to court
– Far less traumatic
MIAMS and Mediation
AS of April 1st 2014, the law changed regarding the solving of disputes and how they are managed. Before, and if a dispute does go to court, a judge must see that both parties have taken part in a MIAMS mediation meeting. Essentially, the meeting allows both sides the opportunity to air their opinions in a constructive, open and structured environment. Both parties must feel as though they are being listened to in order for the dispute to come to a suitable resolution.
However, if the dispute cannot be resolved then legal proceedings may be the next logical course of action.
Barclay Devere Swindon
We are experts in dealing with commercial and private disputes that have or beginning to spiral out of control. Our dedicated staff have years of experience in the mediation industry and understand how to deal with a wide range of commercial and private disputes.
We aim to resolve disputes in an understanding, amicable and peaceful manner; thus, leaving both sides feeling content with the outcome.