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About Liz

Family Law accredited

Family Law accredited law Society and member of Resolutions.

CQS accredited

Conveyancing Law Society CQS accredited

accredited FMA member

Mediation Family accredited FMA member of FMC and Resolutions.

Who is Liz Hunt

Liz Hunt is a solicitor mediator and an accredited family mediator with the FMC (Family Mediation Council).

Liz is also accredited to undertake CIM (Child inclusive Mediation) which means she can, if all criteria are met, speak with children confidentially.  Liz is also a PPC (Professional Practicing Consultant) providing a mentoring service to other mediators.

Liz offers a Family Mediation service to address family, child-related, property or financial problems. Mediation provides a recognised and helpful alternative to court proceeding. It takes place in a safe, friendly environment that avoids the stress and cost of the court process.

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Law & Mediation Services

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" I understand that each matter is different and I will listen to each client and what your objectives are so I can act in your best interests."


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Frequently Asked Questions

A prenuptial agreement is a written agreement entered into by parties prior to their marriage or civil partnership, which sets out their intentions as to what will happen to their property and assets in the event that the marriage breaks down and they separate or get divorced.

A mediator, who remains impartial to both sides, can assist you and your ex-partner in reaching a consensus regarding matters concerning finances, real estate, or any children involved. Trying mediation is a great option before opting to seek legal advice.

The main types of mediation are:

  • transformative mediation
  • facilitative mediation
  • evaluative mediation

An arbitrator will consider all the facts and evidence, then issue a judgement. A mediator can help both sides understand the issues and the respective interests of each. Presentations are made, with testimony given under oath. Furthermore, feelings are aired, narratives shared, and alternative solutions discussed.