Community Law & Mediation!
Could Community Law & Mediation be of help to you?
Established in 1975, Community Law & Mediation (CLM), works to empower individuals experiencing disadvantage by providing free legal advice, mediation and information services. At a national level, the group works to empower individuals experiencing disadvantage by providing free legal advice, mediation and information services.
CLM's Mediator act in a voluntary capacity. They have received extensive training in mediation, conflict resolution and communication skills. They are either accredited or certified by national or international professional bodies.
Who can benefit from Mediation?
Mediation is a voluntary, confidential process which can be used by any person involved in a disagreement or who finds themselves in a conflict situation with a breakdown in communication.
Typical situations that can be resolved through Mediation:
- Parental Mediation - helping parents to resolve issues such as custody, access, guardianship and maintenance.
- Community mediation - conflict resolution between neighbours regarding noise, litter, anti-social behaviour etc.
- Elder Mediation - for seniors and their adult children on issues such as living arrangements and care giving
- Workplace Mediation for small community organisations
- Family Mediation
- Grandparent Visitation
For more information visit www.communitylawandmediation.ie