Referrals from Solicitors to the process of mediating disputes.
In addition to the aforementioned forms, we also supply the CW5, which provides access to “Help with Mediation,” and the FM1, which details the pre-court application procedure.
Here is the straightforward method we use to process these forms once they are filled out:
The moment we have received your paperwork, we will let you know that it has been received in an unambiguous fashion.
Within 48 hours of receiving the form, we will get in touch with customers to see if they are available for an Information and Assessment meeting. In an effort to gauge a client’s availability for subsequent visits within a week, we will contact them on day 7.
Quick feedback on whether or not clients can make it to an informational meeting is guaranteed. If mediation is being considered as part of the proceedings, we will let you know and keep you updated every step of the way.
As always, we advise our clients to consult an attorney before taking any action. We will be especially careful to remind customers of this when discussing delicate topics like their children, money, or property.
We will give you form CW5 if you qualify for legal aid so that you can get the help you need from your lawyer.
Their attorney needs to be more insistent on this point if they want their agreement to have legal force.
Our service is made with the needs of clients, referring organisations, and lawyers in mind.
On request, we can send you additional letters and paperwork explaining the mediation procedure.
We also have a very useful database of attorneys and other legal services, and can provide other mediation and supporting services such as therapy and advocacy for children.
If you need more details or would like to take advantage of our many offerings, we ask that you get in touch with us directly.