If you’ve found yourself on this page then you are either a professional who works with individuals or couples who separate, or you’re contemplating a second or additional career as a family mediator. Welcome! We are passionate about the amazing work we do and we’re really happy to share our experiences, knowledge and divorce philosophy (we may have invented that phrase) with other professionals. We believe that professionals working more closely together delivers better outcomes for our clients that are navigating the sometimes tricky waters of divorce and separation. We can all learn from each other and our training workshops and networking events are designed with this in mind.
Louisa Whitney from LKW Family Mediation is a PPC which means she supports and mentors other mediators. You can find out more about our PPC and mentoring services or simply drop us a line and arrange a convenient time for a chat over a coffee (preferably with cake too).
If you’d like us to help one of your clients then please just send us an email. We don’t really go in for referral forms and are happy to just be passed the clients’ names and email addresses (but please do flag if either client wishes their email address to be kept confidential). If you’d like more information or resources to share with your clients then have a look at our blog or you can sign up to our free mailing list where you’ll get resources and details of our training workshops and networking events directly into your inbox.
For more information about our costs and fixed fees or about MIAMS before referring a client then please have a look. It may also help to know that we can offer mediation online for clients where geography, logistics or disability could be a potential obstacle to family mediation. Or if you feel it would be helpful you can look at what our clients say about us before you refer any of your clients to us.
You may also be interested in an initiative that we helped to set up called Surrey Divorce Solutions which offers fixed fee packages to those going through a separation which encompass services from lawyers, mediators, counsellors and other professionals.