Helping resolve disputes since 2001

We can help you work out your dispute! We are a team of highly experienced professionals specialising in family mediation (divorce or other relationships), civil and commercial mediation (for business disputes) and workplace mediation.  We have experienced mediators based in Swindon, Bristol, London, Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, and Newcastle but we work across the country.  All members of the mediation team are recognised by the College of Mediators and the Civil Mediation Council.

We also run nationally accredited mediation training in all types of mediation, which will enable you to gain Legal Services Commission recognition. If you are looking to train as a mediator we can help you with post mediation training support and guidance as well as initial training.

Our aim is to help both those in dispute and those looking to learn about dispute resolution to find the best way forward.

To find the best way forward for you....Please click on the appropriate links on our menu or just give us a call.


Latest news

  • MIAMS and Practical Legal Knowledge

    for Family Mediators 2014

    2nd December 2014

    Trainers: - Margot Moffitt and Lorraine Bramwell
    5 CPD points. 

    Booking Closing Date: 9th November 2014

    As most family mediators will know, the single Family Court will be implemented on 22 April and the majority of the family justice provisions in the Children and Families Act will come into force. Mediation Information and Assessment Meetings’ will become compulsory for many people before they can take a family issue to court.

    With so many changes on top of those experienced last year, now is a really good time to take stock and catch up on your legal knowledge for mediators.

  • The impact of Body language on interaction

    and intervention in Mediation

    16th December 2014


    Trainers:- David Barnard and Lorraine Bramwell
    5 CPD points.  

    Booking Closing Date: 28th November 2014

    Most mediators are aware of the relevance of body language in a mediation session; but how much do you actually know about what particular body language might mean? Is it always what you assume it to be? And what is your body language telling your clients about you?

  • LBA Excellence

    Autumn 2014 Mediation Foundation Training Course

    Family Specialism Course Closing Date: 9th November 2014

    The LBA Excellence Mediation course is a modular course which comprises of a Generic Mediation Foundation course plus a mediation specialism course.

    We are now planning to run the Autumn 2014 Foundation course on the dates below.

    Fundamentals of Mediation: - Course Closed

    Family Specialism: - 1st, 2nd, 10th, 11th and 12th December 2014

    The sucessful completion of the combined Fundamentals and Family Specialism course enables you to register with the College of Mediators as a Trained Family Mediator. The College of Mediators is a member body of the Family Mediation Council and as…


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