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Mediation is a negotiation service facilitated by a trusted neutral person. The role of the neutral — the mediator — is to help those involved sort out their issues and arrive at a consensus. That might involve helping parties to finalise an agreement, resolve a dispute, develop effective communications, build or improve relationships, or all these things. Mediators do not take sides. Mediators are impartial.
Here at Marriage and Relationship Counselling, I offer professional Kildare mediation services suitable for families and couples. My mediation services can be used to help facilitate divorce proceedings and family separations, helping all parties resolve disputes and proceed with the separation in an empathetic, level-headed, and calm manner. As an unbiased, confidential, and impartial service, my Kildare mediation services can help you proceed with a separation or divorce in a way that benefits all parties in the situation.
For more information on my Kildare mediation services, get in touch today.
Why Choose Mediation from Marriage and Relationship Counselling?
Mediation is a cost-effective and confidential process where what was discussed or agreed in private is not disclosed to others without everyone’s agreement. Where mediation is used to try to avoid or resolve a dispute, and if the mediation does not result in an agreement, the parties can still go to court. Details about what went on at the mediation will not be disclosed or used at a court hearing. Mediators uphold confidentiality.
Offering a Range of Mediation Services, Including:
Benefits of Mediation:
Confidential - away from public eye
Sustainable because parties come to resolution jointly
Parties are in control of the outcome
Normal dialogue not legal jargon
Parties learn in the process
Process is flexible & creative
Not prejudicial - facilitates openness
Both sides "win"
Areas of Mediation:
1. Peer (schoolchildren, university)
2. Community (free)
4. Commercial (between orgs.)
5. Elder (family meetings re parents)
6. Family & child-inclusive
7. Travellers (shuttle)
8. Education (within schools - senior student)
9. Telephone - only speak to mediator
10. Separating Couples (need 32 hours training)
11. Landlord / Tenant (RTB - rent, lease, repairs)
12. Disputed wills (vulnerability of will maker?)
13. Marital (want to stay married)
14. Prison violence
15. Blockchain transactions
16. Environmental (shell to Sea, Nile)
Will what I say in mediation be used in court if I’m getting a divorce?
No. Couple’s divorce mediation with Marriage & Relationship Counselling is a fully confidential service aimed at reducing conflict and promoting communication within a relationship. Nothing said during this service can be used in a court of law.
How much does couple’s mediation cost?
The price of my couple’s mediation services vary depending on the type of mediation you require. Get in touch for a free quote today.
How does mediation work?
Mediation is a type of counselling that works by using a mediator, who is an impartial and biased person, to help a couple or family members arrive at a resolution or agreement amidst conflict.