Hallam Mediation Move Extends Doncaster Service

12th September 2012

Yorkshire's Hallam Mediation is moving its Doncaster branch closer to the town centre, to improve the service it offers to local families and extend its opening hours.

The family mediation firm is welcoming clients to its new Thorne Road office, from where it will be offering Saturday appointments for the very first time. Following its merger with Sheffield solicitors, Taylor&Emmet LLP, earlier this year, Hallam Mediation has been looking at ways to upgrade the services it provides to Doncaster residents. Not only will its new premises be easily accessible, with parking nearby, they will also enable the firm to offer more flexibility in its appointment times. Hallam Mediation has operated in Doncaster for ten years, previously from South Parade. Three specialist mediators will be available at its new office to see clients by appointment and they will be offering a full range of services, to help couples resolve disputes relating to children or financial settlements. Michaela Heathcote, Taylor&Emmet's head of family law, is overseeing the growth of Hallam Mediation. She said: We are committed to extending our mediation services across the region and finding convenient, local premises is vital to this growth strategy. Our new office in Doncaster is in a beautiful Victorian property and will be an excellent base from which to help local people. We recognise clients sometimes need to see our mediators outside normal working hours and we expect the new Saturday morning appointments to be very popular. Hallam Mediation's Doncaster branch is based at 7 Thorne Road, Doncaster, directly above estate agent, Barnsdales. The firm also has offices at Taylor&Emmet's headquarters in Sheffield, as well as Rotherham, Barnsley, Wakefield and Leeds. Taylor&Emmet is one of the region's largest family law and mediation teams. For further information about its full range of services, visit www.tayloremmet.co.uk or telephone (0114) 218 4000. 

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