Harrogate Family Mediation - Dedicated Service

Family Mediation – Dedicated Service

Our Harrogate office is at Windsor House, Cornwall Road, Harrogate HG1 2PW, which is conveniently located in the heart of Harrogate, overlooking the Valley Gardens.

With free client parking available, My-Mediation provides a private client and Legal Aid family mediation service to Harrogate and the surrounding areas.   

Winston Solicitors has two accredited family mediators, Anna Vollans and Elissa Winston.  Our dedicated family mediation service, MyMediation , is able to offer  MIAMsmediation for child and/or financial arrangements and child inclusive mediation.

Family Mediation helps you to resolve issues and reach agreements that are acceptable to both of you in a safe, impartial environment.  It is normally quicker and more cost effective than going to court and you stay in control of the important decisions that affect your family.

Latest Blog

To mediate or not to mediate? That is the question.

02/12/2017
Understanding how the family mediation process can help you
Over the last three years mediation has changed from something that few people knew about, to a much more understood and accepted process.  Although you may find the idea of sitting in a room...
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