Lovegrove MediationONE COUPLE, ONE MEDIATOR, WORKING TOGETHER TOWARDS A RESOLUTION
Kate offers a unique skill-set as a FMC Accredited mediator with a background in law and experience as a psychotherapist.
Kate is a specialist legal, divorce and co-parenting mediator. Mediation is for divorcing couples and separated parents who seek help with the practical, financial and child arrangements, and wish to use a ‘no blame’ process.
Kate was a former family lawyer for many years. Her previous experience as a solicitor helps clients in mediation to understand their options after separation and learn about the divorce process.
Kate helps clients navigate a way forward after a relationship breakdown and is described as having an empathic and engaging manner with clients.
Kate is a Bristol-based family mediator offering an online and in-person Mediation.
Kate mediates part-time on Fridays. Lovegrove Mediation is a private practice based in Clifton, Bristol and does not offer legal aid for Mediation.
Before Mediation can begin, the first step is to book an individual assessment meeting. The fee for this meeting is £150 per person. Ideally you and your partner choose a mediator together before booking this appointment.
Book your free, no obligation, telephone call today.
Or you can book an online individual consultation or MIAM with me. The fee is £150.
Learn more about Kate's expertise and how she can help come to a resolution t0 suit you and your family.
The thought of Mediation can seem daunting and Kate understands that. Learn more about taking the first step.
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If you would like to know more, or have decided that Mediation is the right choice for you, contact Kate today via the contact page.
“Thank you for all your hard work, diligence and kindness in preparation for and the work during our mediation sessions. You were so understanding, calm and patient during the sessions.”
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