The first full-service platform for Dispute Resolution Practitioners
Your independent, impartial mediator will sit down with you and the other party and help you reach an agreement that best suits each of your needs and interests. Mediators are skilled in complex problem solving, conflict management and resolution, and reframing. This future-focused process invites both parties to take an active role in shaping an agreement and outcome that best supports their respective lives moving forward.
Family Dispute Resolution
Your FDRP is an independent specialist who works specifically to resolve disputes between parties regarding children. Engaging in FDR gives both parents more autonomy in shaping their agreement and often leads to more durable outcomes that parents are more likely to follow and that are easier on children. In Australia, the law requires separating families who have a dispute about children to make a genuine effort to try and sort it out through family dispute resolution before filing an application for parenting orders in court.
Collaborative Practice gives you the support of a more traditional legal approach while allowing you to explore more creative, flexible and tailored solutions. Each party will work with their own Respective Collaborative Practitioner who advocates for them the way a traditional lawyer might. Unlike a traditional approach though, a Collaborative session is held with all parties present and utilizes creative problem solving and a future-focused approach to achieve a durable and realistic outcome.
The breakdown of a family unit is always difficult and can often lead to ongoing conflict and stress, especially when children are involved. Parenting Coordination is a child-focused approach specifically designed to give parents experiencing high conflict the tools they need to uphold court orders and/or parenting agreements. Your Parenting Coordinator will work with both parents to develop a detailed plan and conflict management strategies to reduce conflict and avoid further court intervention moving forward.
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