A New Approach to Resolving Disputes

  • Mediation is a cost effective method of resolving disputes.
  • Mediation is less stressful than going to Court and the outcome is enforceable through the Courts.
  • Mediation is commonplace in family children applications and finance.


Welcome to Calm Mediation, where we specialise in fostering resolution and understanding through two distinct types of mediation: family mediation and civil mediation.

In family mediation, we provide a supportive environment for families navigating the complexities of divorce, child custody, spousal support, and other familial conflicts. Our experienced family mediators facilitate open communication, guiding families towards mutually agreeable solutions that prioritise the well-being of all members involved. We understand that family dynamics can be intricate, and our goal is to offer a compassionate and effective alternative to traditional legal processes, allowing families to shape their futures collaboratively.

In civil mediation, we extend our expertise to individuals, businesses, and organisations seeking amicable resolutions to disputes outside of the courtroom. Our skilled mediators facilitate communication between parties involved in civil matters such as contract disputes, workplace conflicts, and neighbour disputes. Through the civil mediation process, we aim to streamline conflict resolution, saving time and resources while preserving relationships. Whether you’re navigating the complexities of familial relationships or seeking to resolve civil disputes efficiently, our mediation services provide a platform for constructive dialogue and negotiated solutions, fostering harmony and understanding in both personal and professional spheres.

Family Disputes

Mediation provides a calm and friendly way of resolving financial issues between partners who separate. Sometimes emotions are in the way of resolving disputes.

Calm Mediation has ten years of experience in resolving family issues.

Litigation can polarise partners who want to part ways amicably, whereas mediation can allow a separation without stress.

The initial meeting is known as a MIAM meeting, or Mediation Information Assessment Meeting.

The purpose of the MIAM is to assess the suitability of mediation and to ensure that if the matter is to be mediated, the parties have all of the information available.

Boundary Disputes

When neighbours disagree over a boundary or a right of way, mediation can help. Going to court involving court fees, barristers, and expert land surveyors is very expensive.

Legal fees for a court result can be anything between £10,000 and £25,000 per side. There is usually only one winner in court cases, and losers often pay for both parties’ fees. Court cases can take many months to resolve, with the parties never speaking again.

A mediation might cost £1,000 and arrive at a result that keeps both parties content. It might also be over in one day.

Consumer Disputes

If you buy a vehicle or some other commodity and it isn’t what you were told, you can go to court. It will take a lot of time, and court fees are payable.

If the matter is referred to a mediator, he may be able to resolve the matter in one day for as little as £250 per side.

Neighbour Disputes

Inevitably, sometimes living next door to someone can be a problem. You complain about the noise, and they take offence and then they complain about you. Soon, just being in your own home can be unbearable.

An experienced mediator can bring parties to a resolution and encourage a happy ending to the nightmare.

Why Choose Us


Our team of dedicated mediators is passionate about helping individuals and businesses find peaceful resolutions to their conflicts. We bring a deep commitment to understanding your unique needs and fostering open communication throughout the mediation process.


With years of experience in conflict resolution, our highly skilled mediators maintain the highest standards of professionalism. We approach each case with rigour, impartiality, and confidentiality, ensuring that all parties are treated with respect and fairness.


We understand that navigating through conflicts can be emotionally challenging. That’s why our compassionate mediators provide a supportive environment where you can express your concerns openly and feel heard. We are committed to guiding you towards a resolution that prioritises your well-being and long-term satisfaction.