Finding a Solution through your Separation

Shuttle mediation with Just Divorce Mediation is the process whereby mediators try to assist people involved in a certain conflict to come to an agreement without them going to the mediation meeting. Shuttle mediation is very important as it provides the persons that were previously involved in a conflict to work together as well as to achieve mutual benefits. 


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  • The mediation process is usually set up such that the people are involved in the process simultaneously by being present via communication devices.
  • The Just Divorce Staffordshire mediators usually make a series of contacts with each side for a certain period of time, maybe by visiting each party in SEPARATE ROOMS
  • However, for shuttle mediation to be a success, the parties ought to meet.
  • Research has shown that this kind of mediation is more effective if the parties meet than when they do not meet.
  • The Just Divorce mediators Staffordshire help the involved parties to think about possible alternative solutions.
  • They also assist them to outline their options as well as how they should look to the future. By assisting the parties to look to the future, they can clearly define what they want to see and the change they want.
  • Therefore, they can accept that the other party has listened, changed their behaviour as well as accommodating the needs of everyone.
  • It is very important to remember that the mediators do not take sides and therefore they do not have a capacity to force either party to accept the demands given by the other party.
  • If shuttle mediation does not work it out, you may decide to have an alternative.
Why Choose just divorce Mediation Staffordshire?
Conflict Resolution

Mediation is a collaborative process that encourages open dialogue. A trained mediator facilitates communication between family members, helping them express their concerns and needs, leading to mutually agreeable solutions.​

Faster Resolution

Court cases can drag on for months or even years. Mediation typically leads to quicker resolutions, allowing families to move forward with their lives sooner.

Preserves Relationships

Unlike court battles, mediation aims to preserve relationships rather than destroy them. It helps family members find common ground and work together to reach a resolution, which can be especially crucial when children are involved.


Mediation sessions are confidential, providing a safe space for open and honest discussions without fear of public exposure.