Berkeley Square Mediation
Civil & Commercial
We passionately believe in mediation as a chance for those in dispute to manage and solve it for themselves (with our help) so it is uplifting and works well provided parties accept entering the process of mediation and have a genuine intention to settle.
Do you need to sort out finances or arrangements for children with your partner? Would you like to be doing things in an easier way?
Family mediation can really make the changes you desire.
We mediate workplace or employment disputes at whatever stage of breakdown in relations, but we prefer the restoration of relations within the workplace which can lead to so many productive solutions.
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Latest Blog Posts
No fault divorce came into law on 6 April 2022 by The Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020. Petitions used to have allege fault as part of the application, using the headings of adultery or unreasonable behaviour, (separation periods were often too long to use) although the reason for seeking divorce has always been that […]
Is someone difficult to talk with over a dispute about something? A third party neutral (a mediator) maybe exactly what you need to have the conversation you want (conflict coaching) or to meet that person on line or by telephone with the mediator making it a safe place to speak and make appropriate decisions (mediation). […]
Of course we are hard wired for battle or avoidance, fight or flight, which do you do most in a dispute? Mediation is the best way of us learning to be hard wired to dialogue it out, to have self-determination and choice and to make sensible and realistic decisions from a place of certainty that you the person carrying the dispute […]
Mediation is the facilitation of negotiation and in order to do it well you need a conceptual understanding of negotiation and the four tensions that need managing: 1. Its only about the Money and Alternative Solution Creation. Creating value by expanding the pie, broadening horizons and looking at different ways to distribute the pie by […]
There seems to be a huge misunderstanding about the importance of a mediator in not judging the matter and instead relying on what the parties and their lawyers bring to mediation. The lawyers who come with the parties often have a wealth of knowledge which is invaluable to keep advising their clients and advising the […]
Mediate it which means that you clarify the issues, expand, explore and discover what they mean really to you and to the other side and from those discoveries, find out how to get an end to all those problems the dispute or lack of communication is causing. If parties have intention to seek settlement and […]
Businesses need to make ADR available for quick, cheap and effective dispute resolution. It is to the advantage of all involved to ensure a dispute is dealt with well in a timely fashion so it does not fester and interfere with progress and production. See this helpful guide: https://www.businesscompanion.info/en/quick-guides/business-information-other/alternative-dispute-resolution
It is a little like what Benjamin Franklin said: “Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn”. If you tell parties what to do or what you think they should do they will probably forget any benefit and remain annoyed about the dispute, possibly for years. If […]
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