Family Mediation

Mediation for
Matrimonial and Personal Disputes

CAMP has mediated and resolved many disputes involving matrimonial, personal and family disputes. A collaborative process like mediation helps in fostering understanding and resolution. It offers an alternative to legal battles, preserving relationships while building shared solutions. Choose understanding over adversarial battles; build interest-driven resolutions that mend family ties.

Mediation in Action - Stories of Conflict to Collaboration

Family (Interpersonal) Case Study 1 - Child Custody Issue

  • H and W got married 10 years ago and have been living separately for 2 years.
  • They have a five-year-old daughter A. A lives with W.
  • W filed for divorce and maintenance during the pandemic.
  • H asked for visitation rights to meet A, which was refused by W.
  • H believed that W is incapable of meeting many of A’s needs.
  • W believed that H will spoil A and is incapable of taking proper care of her.
  • H wants A to be able to visit him at his home.


  • It is uncovered that W had lost her job and was concerned about A and her future.
  • W’s mistrust stemmed from H ‘moving on’ leaving A possibly feeling abandoned by
    her father.
  • H was concerned about the trauma A would face if the parents separated legally.
  • H and W agreed to live separately and decided against a divorce.


  • H would help W find a job so A’s needs could be better taken care of by W.
  • H and W worked out a schedule for H to meet A regularly at W’s home.

Family (Interpersonal) Case Study 1 - Divorce and Alimony

  • H and W have been married for 20 years and have a son S who will soon turn 18.
  • H was caught having an affair by W.
  • They decided to get divorced.
  • H initiated the divorce proceedings.
  • They were unable to decide on an amount for alimony.
  • Mediation proceedings at CAMP were initiated by H.


  • H and W did not want to face each other initially so the mediation began with private sessions.
  • W wanted high alimony for son’s foreign studies.
  • H denied alimony because he wanted his son to remain in India and have a closer
    relationship with him.
  • W was worried about her financial health after divorce.


  • Agreement reached in 2 months.
  • W dropped demand for joint property.
  • H agreed to higher alimony, allowing son’s foreign education.