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Mediation can deal with financial settlement of any property, investments, shares and other matters relating to assets and liabilities. Where there is a dispute about financial matters, mediation is the quickest and most cost-effective process for reaching settlement. When agreements have been reached, our mediators provide written financial agreements to both parties at the end of the mediation.
After both parties have received legal advice as these written financial agreements, they can be converted into Draft Consent Orders or a Binding Financial Agreement by a Family Law solicitor. Each party should seek legal advice from their own solicitor.
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