ABSOLUTE MEDIATION: FAMILY SOLICITORS
Absolute Mediation was developed to provide a new and versatile approach to family law problems. In particular we can provide genuine initial choice and information for you to consider either family mediation options, or alternatively, for you to progress via the traditional and established family solicitor route in respect of divorce.
As solicitors, we can instruct specialist pension advisers, mortgage advisers or accountants at a formative and possibly cost effective stage of your matter. We also promote fixed fees so will do all possible to minimise your global legal costs.
WE WILL PROVIDE THE INITIAL INFORMATION FOR YOU TO CHOOSE WHAT IS RIGHT, FOR YOU.
At Sinclairslaw we offer a complete range of all private or legal aid funding arrangements for traditional, family law services. We also provide free consultations, by agreement, and a full range of bespoke Fixed Fee divorce and legal service packages, tailored to your exact requirements. We further provide all accompanying property law services and advice on probate, enduring powers of attorney, and issues concerning our more senior members of the family.
Jane Williams qualified as a solicitor in 1987, was based in Penarth for several years, then practised from 1989 until 2010, as the litigation and family law partner in the Spickettsbattrick law practice in Cardiff. Now practising as a consultant solicitor with Sinclairslaw, Absolute Mediation has been established to help promote solicitor- based family law in conjunction with Sinclairslaw who are the premier education specialists in the country.
An extremely versatile solicitor, Law Society accredited mediator and Law Society accredited panel member in family law, Jane has over 24 years experience as a solicitor and extensive advocacy experience in all courts.
She is also a Resolution trained mediator and family solicitor member and as such, is committed to the Resolution code of conduct, in initially dealing with matters in a non aggressive, and indeed non adversarial manner. The code defines trying to avoid escalating legal costs and unnecessary distress, with the aim of promoting fair, equitable and amicable settlements at ideally, an early stage, in final relationship breakdown.
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