Sud­den clo­sure of me­di­a­tion ser­vice

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Mys­tery sur­rounds the clo­sure of a me­di­a­tion ser­vice in Ash­ford, which has shut its doors for the fi­nal time.

Ac­ces­si­ble Fam­ily Me­di­a­tion in Bank Street has been help­ing fam­i­lies in the bor­ough with do­mes­tic sep­a­ra­tions, and if nec­es­sary, court costs for more than 20 years.

The ser­vice, run by fam­ily law spe­cial­ist Charles Tres­sider, of­fered sup­port and le­gal ad­vice to peo­ple ex­pe­ri­enc­ing re­la­tion­ship break­downs.

The web­site states: “We of­fer clients a way of reach­ing mu­tual le­gal agree­ments whilst avoid­ing the stress and ex­pense that rela- tion­ship break­downs can of­ten cause.

“We pro­vide a con­fi­den­tial and re­laxed en­vi­ron­ment us­ing straight for­ward lan­guage and face to face com­mu­ni­ca­tions to help you on your way to build­ing a new life.”

But the ser­vice has now been listed ‘per­ma­nently closed’ and it is un­der­stood Mr Tres­sider has re­tired.

Fam­i­lies ex­pe­ri­enc­ing dif­fi­cul­ties can still get help from Kent Fam­ily Me­di­a­tion, which is based in Sit­ting­bourne but of­fers ser­vices from the Gate­way Cen­tre, in Ash­ford.


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