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Arbitration procedure guide

A step-by-step guide to arbitration procedure in the UK

Most people going through the divorce process will not have to use the courts to sort out their finances. You can reach a divorce settlement agreement through other means, such as through family mediation.

The diagram below has been designed to give you a clear view of how the mediation procedure works. Blue words link to an explanation of those terms to help you understand legal jargon relating to mediation. If you are unable to view the diagram below, please click here for a PDF print friendly version of the arbitration procedure guide.

At Mills &Reeve LLP we have a number of experienced arbitrators.Please contact a member of our team for further details about our arbitration services.

The arbitration route is very flexible and it may be that it is considered that in order toresolve certain issues you might attend mediation sessions during the arbitration process.

IFLA stands for the Institute of Family Law Arbitrators, for further details about the rules of arbitration contact a member of our team