Finding a Solution through your Separation

Family breakups and divorces can be an extremely traumatic experience for everyone involved. If children are involved, the situation can get messy very quickly and have a long-lasting damaging effect Even when the divorce, separation or break-up is mutual, there are many aspects to negotiate and consider, from the division of assets to custody of children.

The very discussion of these issues can lead to a breakdown in communication, which makes an already difficult transition even more traumatic.

This is why, in April 2011, the Ministry of Justice ruled that all parties considering any kind of separation or divorce must undertake mediation sessions before the case reaches the court. Mediation is an alternative dispute resolution to help both parties reach and agreement.

Also termed ‘Mediation Information and Assessment Meeting’, or MIAM, this measure aims at getting the parties to agree to an out of court settlement that is unanimous and to everyone’s benefit.

If an agreement is not reached (which has to be verified by the mediator), then the case goes to court.

Just Divorce Mediation, offer professional, expert mediation services to help you resolve family separation issues. Mediation is essentially a process through which the contesting parties discuss their issues in the presence of a mediator, a third party professional who is completely neutral.

The goal is to resolve the issues and come to an agreement about various issues, without the help of the court. This is why people chose to use Just Divorce Mediation Liverpool

Why Use a Mediator?

Why Choose just divorce Mediation Liverpool?


Why Choose Just Divorce Mediation Liverpool?

Why Choose just divorce Mediation Liverpool?
Conflict Resolution

Mediation is a collaborative process that encourages open dialogue. A trained mediator facilitates communication between family members, helping them express their concerns and needs, leading to mutually agreeable solutions.​

Faster Resolution

Court cases can drag on for months or even years. Mediation typically leads to quicker resolutions, allowing families to move forward with their lives sooner.

Preserves Relationships

Unlike court battles, mediation aims to preserve relationships rather than destroy them. It helps family members find common ground and work together to reach a resolution, which can be especially crucial when children are involved.


Mediation sessions are confidential, providing a safe space for open and honest discussions without fear of public exposure.