Mediation & Conflict resolution

You wish to resolve conflicts with your partner or within your family? You wish to organise your seperation in a responsible way? You want to reconsider the way you communicate with each other and/or with your children? You would like to consider your succession planning?

You want to resolve intercultural conflict in your workplace? You want to settle contested bills amicably? You would like to settle conflicts with neighbours? You want to prepare for a difficult conversation?
Mediation can help you in all these conflict situations.
Mediation is as structured process to settle disputes constructively with the help of an independent mediator. The mediation process is completely voluntary and strictly confidential. Mediation can help you to enter into dialogue again, to listen to each other and therefore to find creative and sustainable solutions for your specific situation.

You decide yourself what should be included in the process and for which situation you wish to find a binding agreement. In general mediation is faster and cheaper than proceeding before of courts of law.
But mediation does not exclude that court proceedings may be launched later.

I would like to help you in finding a solution for your situation that takes account of different interests and concerns, in a respectful and constructive way.


Legal information

You need information on how to get divorced in Belgium or Germany?
You want to get information on the impact of EU law on your succession planning?

You lost someone in your family in Belgium and you are asking yourself what you can or need to do now? You care about a mentally sick or handicaped relative and have questions about the legal situation in Belgium?

I am here to help you navigate these situations. Where more detailed knowledge of Belgian law is required I cooperate with qualified Belgian lawyers and notaries.

parallax background

„So let us begin anew-remembering on both sides that civilty is not a sign of weakness, and sincerity is always subject to proof. Let us never negotiate out of fear. But let us never fear to negotiate.
Let both sides explore what problems unite us instead of belaboring those problems which divide us.

President Kennedy `s Inaugural Adress, January 20, 1961



If you are interested please contact me.