Mediation and finances

Mediation can help you resolve financial issues when you separate. You need to make an informed decision and to enable you to do this, there needs to be an exchange of financial disclosure.  In signing the Agreement to Mediate you both accept that you will produce and share the financial documents that will enable you both to:  

  • Calculate the housing needs of each of you and any children.
  • Go through each of your income and expenditure so that affordability can be assessed of the options being discussed.
  • Explore options that are fair and practical for the family as a whole.

MyMediation is a family mediation service operated by Winston Solicitors which will help with financial mediation in Leeds and the surrounding area.


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