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About Our Family Mediation Team

Contact Us: 0203 621 3908 OR 0782 796 1764 OR enquiries@promediate.co.uk

Specialist Mediators for Your Family Dispute

Relationship breakdown is frequently a stressful experience, made doubly so by financial uncertainties and arguments about property ownership.

At least in future, it is anticipated that the law will be changed to take the “fault” out of divorce.  

Sadly, we do not do legal aid mediation cases.  Our mediation services are entirely privately financed.  If you need a mediator it will be likely to save you a great deal of money in the long term, however.  A day’s mediation normally costs in the region of 1000.

Our lead mediator, Peter, sits as a deputy district judge dealing with First Appointments, Financial Dispute Resolution hearings and final hearings and so is well placed to advise as to a reasonable settlement outside Court.

Peter Causton

Peter is an independent commercial and civil mediator and an accredited International Online Mediator. Peter is the founder of ProMediate and Click2Resolve which has been certified by the Chartered Trading Standards Institute to provide ADR to consumers in dispute with businesses throughout the UK.  Peter has set up a Legal Complaints Service to deal with complaints about lawyers which is also certified under the ADR Directive.

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Recent Blog Posts

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Are dispute resolution clauses enforceable?

OHPEN OPERATIONS v INVESCO FUND MANAGERS At ProMediate we always recommend including mediation in a contract by way of a dispute resolution clause and have sample clauses available on our website. We would encourage parties to put ProMediate in such clauses as we are...

What is the Singapore Mediation Convention?

by Peter Causton |  The Singapore convention was signed on 7 August but the UK and EU are not yet signatories. It is potentially a great leap forward for international mediation. The EU is apparently thinking about whether individual states need to sign or the bloc as...

Should inheritance cases be mediated?

A Judge recently suggested that inheritance act cases should be subject to early neutral evaluation as in family financial remedy hearings. The Royal Courts of Justice The issue has come to the fore in relation to a particularly unpleasant sounding dispute which...

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