We work with couples at all stages:
- those just considering separation, wanting to talk with someone outside their immediate situation to bring clarity out of confusion
- those who have decided to separate, know what they want and hope to take care of everything quickly and amicably
- those who are already separated and want guidance for getting things done properly
- those who have been separated for a long time but there are recurring issues; regarding children, money or new partners
- those at the start of their relationship; e.g. to help facilitate the otherwise potentially awkward conversations around pre-nuptial or living together agreements
We also work with wider families; including new partners, step-parents, blended families or intergenerational.
Children and Young Adults
We work with children and parents. Parents have to make decisions, but we create the opportunity for children’s voices to be heard too. Children are important family members and should be included in decisions about them whenever possible.
If your parents are already mediating but no one has asked you, perhaps you can use this site and the information below as a way of starting a conversation about it.
If your parents are separating and you need some help or information the following might be of help.
We get referrals via solicitors, barristers, counsellors, therapists, financial advisors, estate agents, clergy, beauticians and hairdressers… (and lots of our former clients of course). We are grateful that you entrust your clients to us. We want to make sure that the process of referring is as straightforward as possible.
We also want to work alongside whatever work you might be doing for them. With our client’s permission, we will keep you updated too, e.g. as they progress through MIAMs and mediation appointments.
If you have a client you are struggling to help or don’t know which of our services might best assist them, please give Sarah a call.