Civil and Commercial Mediation

What happens?

After you contact us, we will discuss the nature of your dispute and contact the other party.  We may arrange separate initial meetings with you and the other party at which we will be able to assess the best way of setting up the mediation.  If you have a solicitor we may discuss this with him or her.  Mediations can be dealt with at a single meeting which may last up to a day, or if preferred at two or more of shorter meetings.  During the course of the day, the mediator will spend some time separately with each of the parties and other times with the parties together in the same room.

The mediator will manage the meetings by setting an agenda, identifying the relevant issues and facts, and helping you to consider the alternative ways of solving your dispute.  He/she will help you to negotiate an agreement and if required write up the arrangements in a formal Mediation Summary.

To find out more or to book a mediation appointment, please contact us on 01242 220601


Neighbours & Boundaries

We help neighbours resolve disputes which are affecting their comfort, their security and the enjoyment of their property, without the expense and worry of Court proceedings.

Church & Religion

We help deal with conflict within the faith communities, whether it is between individuals, clergy, or congregations

Wills & Inheritance

Mediation can resolve disputes over wills and inheritance which can otherwise destroy families

Family Relationships

Using practices developed in family therapy, therapeutic mediation aims to reduce conflict by improving communication and understanding

Contact Us

Phone: 01242 220601
10 Bath Street
GL50 1YE

Family Mediation Website

We provide a confidential, calm and safe place to enable you to settle your family difficulties and look forward to the future