VICTORIA SCOTT is a family mediator based in Muswell Hill, North London, specialising in helping separating couples reach agreement. As a practising magistrate with legal experience and qualified to undertake Mediation Initial Assessment Meetings (MIAMS), Victoria is perfectly placed to find a solution for you and your family. Mediation is confidential, impartial and voluntary. It can help resolve disputes and conflict and clarify areas of confusion and frustration that often exist when couples separate. Mediation can save time and money by allowing the parties to reach a mutually acceptable and sustainable agreement together in their own timescale independent of the Courts. Victoria Scott Mediation specialises in helping resolve issues around property, assets, parenting after parting and supporting children of separating couples. Together you will explore and define key issues and work to identify acceptable solutions. I strive to make a painful situation a little easier and hope that rather than dread their mediation sessions clients will welcome the chance to be the best they can be for their own good and the benefit of their families.
DO YOU NEED MEDIATION?
Are you considering separating from your partner?
Do you have children who will be affected by the separation?
Do you need help reaching agreement on assets, property, pensions?
Have you considered mediation to help with your separation?If the answer to any of these is yes then please get in touch to arrange a consultation.
A PERSONAL VIEW
Louis de Bernieres, author of Captain Corelli's Mandolin recently told BBc Radio 4's 'one to one' programe how mediation had helped him during his family breakdown. He stated that due to mediation the final outcome was reached very quickly, cheaply and much less acrimoniously.
Mr de Bernieres states: "You can't hide behind your lawyer, you can't be overtly unreasonable as it is just so obvious, in front of a mediator you can have blazing rows which you can't do in a courtroom, the mediator just looks out of the window until you have finished, and then you get back to normal discussion."
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