Fees and Other Information

The fees I charge vary depending on the work involved

Family Mediation

Assessment and Preparation Meeting (sometimes known as a MIAM)

£150 per person

These meetings are conducted on an individual basis; both participants attend an Assessment and Preparation Meeting.

Mediation meetings (all-issues, children or property & finance)


£170 per person per hour (£340 per hour total)


Mediation sessions generally last for 90 minutes. Mediations typically take between 3 and 8 sessions depending on the complexity of the issues.

Mediation fees include all preparation, follow up and administration including the preparation of meeting summaries and review of your financial disclosure. However, you will be charged extra for any outcome documents required e.g. Memorandum of Understanding or an Open Financial Summary.

Family and Relationship Consultancy

Initial consultation

£125 per person

Joint family and relationship consultancy meetings



£125 per person per hour (for individual or joint meetings)


£200 per person per hour

The hourly rate includes meetings, administration and any telephone or email consultations with you or any other professionals involved.


For ongoing, weekly counselling/therapy



£80 for a 50 minute session

£100 for a 60 minute session

Initial consultations are charged at the same rate.

Other information

Cancellations with less than 48 hours’ notice will incur 50% of the fee; cancellations with less than 24 hours’ notice or missed appointments will incur 100% of the fee.

My consulting room is in Histon (CB24) - easily accessible from all areas in Cambridge or from the A14 if coming from further afield.

I generally conduct my mediations at meeting rooms in the centre of Cambridge and when time or distance makes meeting in person difficult, online via Zoom.

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