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HELP !!! Mediation For Finance settlement

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15 Sep 19 #509651 by xmarki
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Is there any link for me to find out mediator near me or in my city ? also mediators who accept legal aid ? I really need to find out mediator after I have divorced ,to sort financial assets.
I am completly new on here and I havent got a clue please help me.

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15 Sep 19 #509653 by rubytuesday
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Hello

Legal aid is still available for pre court mediation, have a look at nfm.org.uk.

mediation is one route to sorting out the finances, and will only work if both parties are willing to attend and work towards constructive discussions. Mediation doesn't provide legal advice on fairness etc. If you post details such as your respective ages, length of marriage, list of assets and money owed, income, etc; people here can offer advice on a potential fair split.

Maybe call the Wikivorce Helpline on 01202 805020 tomorrow?

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