When relationships break down it is often difficult for separating couples to talk to each other. Mediation is a service to help couples who have decided to separate or divorce to communicate with each other and work out mutually acceptable arrangements. Mediation can be used even if you have already instructed a solicitor.
Andrew Wareing is a highly qualified family practitioner with over 20 years' experience in dealing with a wide range of family issues. He qualified as a Family Mediator in 1997 and is accredited by the Legal Services Commission. He is also a member of the UK College of Family Mediators and can practice this in Grimsby, Scunthorpe, Louth, Horncastle, Beverley and Hull.
Partner, and Head of Department, Lisa Boileau is a qualified family mediator and a member of the family Mediators Association. She has considerable expertise in all areas of family law particularly dealing with complex financial matters and private children proceedings. She is a member of the Law Society's Family Law Panel and a member of Resolution. She is available to see clients in the Lincoln, Louth and Horncastle areas.
If you would like further information or are interested in making an appointment, please contact our mediation helplines:
We are members of the Law Society's Family Mediation Accreditation, which provides a recognised quality standard for mediators and is designed to cover all types of issues where mediation is appropriate as a result of a family breakdown. Accreditation covers those providing advice under a legal aid contract, as well as privately funded work.
As the Law Society is a member organisation of the Family Mediation Council (FMC), the Family Mediation Accreditation has been designed to ensure compliance with their Professional Standards and Self-Regulatory Framework.
As an accredited member, we agree to follow the Family Mediation Council's Code of Practice. The code outlines the aims, objectives and scope of family mediation, including general principles, as well as the required training and standards.