It is not uncommon for parties who have recently separated to have a different emotional response to the breakdown of their relationship. For example, whereas one party may have already accepted it and be keen to explore how to divide assets and property, or discuss the future arrangements for children, the other party may be feeling angry and upset and as such, less able to move forward.
Whilst parties are in different stages of responding to their separation, it can be helpful for them to look at less contentious ways of resolving the financial matters and arrangements for children.
There are a number of alternative dispute resolution options available instead of the oft-times more adversarial and traditional solicitor-led negotiations or litigation at court:
At Tisshaws, we can arrange for an initial consultation with one of our lawyers where we can discuss whether your case could be resolved using one or more of the alternative dispute resolution options above. If you would like to book initial consultation at Tisshaws at a fixed fee of £50.00 inclusive of VAT, please contact 01444 472700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
3 Hazelgrove Road, Haywards Heath, West Sussex,
We do not have public parking at our office but there are pay and display car parks a few minutes walk away on St Joseph's Way and St Wilfred's Way, by the Tesco Express and Orchard Shopping Centre.
If you are using public transport we are a 20 minute walk from Haywards Heath train station and a short walk from a number of bus stops.