Mediation Services in Birmingham and across the UK
Mediation puts you in control.
It’s a faster and more affordable way to resolve a dispute while doing the utmost to maintain relationships.
We help you explore solutions and find a settlement that all parties can agree on.
What is Mediation?
Mediation is a voluntary and confidential process. An independent mediator assists both parties to a dispute to generate options for resolving their issues in a settlement that works for both sides. You are in complete control of the decision to settle and the terms of the resolution. It’s an opportunity for all concerned to achieve an acceptable outcome without the need for litigation.
Regan Peggs provides mediation services for a range of disputes:
Mediation is a constructive process to rebuild trust. You can resolve your civil dispute with a settlement and avoid an uncompromising court-imposed decision.
Commercial disputes and deadlocked negotiations don’t benefit either party. Mediation provides a fast and affordable way to find a way forward.
Mediation is a simpler, less stressful way to resolve family disputes. You can maintain family relationships with an agreement that is acceptable to all involved.
Internal conflict is damaging to everyone affiliated with your firm. Mediation helps to clear the air and find a solution that is satisfactory to all parties.
Tenancy disputes are costly and time-consuming. It’s in the interest of both landlord and tenant to reach an agreement and avoid the litigation process.
Why Choose Mediation?
- Cost-Effective – It’s significantly more affordable than proceeding with litigation.
- Fast – It can be arranged quickly and result in a much speedier resolution than going to court.
- Control – You can negotiate a settlement that works for both parties rather than having a decision imposed.
- Confidential – Everything discussed during mediation remains confidential.
- Maintain Relationships – Reduces friction between parties and achieves a mutual agreement on how to move forward.
- High Success Rate – 70% of family cases and 93% of commercial cases result in settlement.
Even if you cannot reach a settlement, the mediation process can lead to a better mutual understanding between parties. It can narrow the issues for the court process.
How to Start Mediation
Step 1 – Make an Enquiry
The first step is to schedule an initial consultation. This is a confidential discussion at no cost to see if a mediation service is right for you.
Step 2 – We Arrange a Date With Both Parties
If both parties agree to proceed, we’ll create an Agreement to Mediate. This sets out the rights and responsibilities of the mediator and confirms both parties have the authority to settle. We’ll then arrange a date and location for an in-person or online mediation.
Step 3 – The Mediation Session
You’ll have the opportunity to explore possible solutions and attempt to resolve the conflict through joint and individual discussions with the mediator. The session is held in a neutral location, and everything discussed is confidential. If you reach an agreement, the mediator will provide a written document detailing the settlement terms for you to formalise into a legally binding agreement.
Why Regan Peggs?
We’re an experienced team with a commitment to help our clients resolve disputes in the best way. Our accredited mediators provide you with a confidential, supportive environment to find a resolution.
Meet the Mediators
Solicitor England & Wales – Admitted 2004
Solicitor (non-practising) in Scotland
Regan is an experienced solicitor and advocate. He is an associate of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators with over ten years of experience mediating commercial, family and local political disputes. Regan takes a pragmatic approach to mediation. He listens to the concerns of both parties and uses his legal knowledge and experience to negotiate a constructive resolution.
Mediator and Paralegal
Charlotte is an accredited Civil and Commercial Mediator and online dispute resolution specialist. She previously worked as a Police Led Prosecutor for West Midlands Police and Contact Management Officer and Crime Recorder for Thames Valley Police. Her experience provides unique expertise in conflict resolution and negotiation.
Contact us for a confidential, no-fee initial discussion to see how we can help you.
0121 201 3765 – email@example.com
How Much Will Mediation Cost?
The cost of mediation is much lower than the expense of litigation. We provide transparent pricing, so you can see precisely how much mediation services will cost. Our fees are inclusive of all preparation, mediation sessions, and administrative time.
Typically, both sides pay an equal share of the fee.
Half-Day (4 Hours Mediation) – £900 +VAT
Full-Day (8 Hours Mediation) – £1400 +VAT
Half-Day (4 Hours Mediation) – £750 + VAT
Full-Day (8 Hours Mediation) – £1200 + VAT
1-2 hours of mediation with Charlotte Jerram – £250 + VAT
*Additional Hours – £150 per hour