Divorces  •  Separations  •  Family Disputes
Mediation is about resolving divorce and separation issues
without a painful and expensive legal battle.

How can we help?

The Norfolk Family Mediation Service has meeting locations throughout Norfolk.


Find out how we can help you

How much does it cost?

Legal Aid is available to cover the cost of your mediation if you are on a low income or benefits.

Find out more about Legal Aid and mediation here

Welcome to Norfolk Family Mediation

The breakup of any relationship is painful and difficult, even more so when children are involved. There are decisions to be made about the future shared parenting of your children, about money and where everyone is to live. You may own property together or have a business you have set up and you may not see eye-to-eye on what's a fair division and what’s not. Coming to an agreement in mediation with the help of a qualified family mediator can be faster and less expensive than a battle through the Court.

Family mediation is a voluntary process and an initial meeting with a mediator will help you decide whether mediation is for you or if you wish to take another route. If you decide to seek a Court settlement you will have to see a mediator first in any case.

We are a professional charity dedicated to helping people in Norfolk limit the pain and cost of divorce or separation. We are a not-for-profit organisation and are committed to providing a value-for-money mediation service. Mediation is free if you are eligible for Legal Aid (on a low income or benefits) and low cost.

Our team of professional mediators will help you explore your current situation and build an agreement for the future. We will then document what you've decided, ready for you to get the agreement legally finalised, should you wish or need to do this.

Norfolk Family Mediation Service has meeting locations across Norfolk – our mediators will come to a town near you. Get in touch with us to see how mediation can help limit both the pain and the cost of divorce or separation.
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