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Fast-track your Property Division negotiations with a Property Mediation. Mediation gets to the heart of issues quickly and provides a supported and focused forum for those issues to be resolved.
In a Mediation, an independent chairperson (the Mediator) hosts and guides a conversation between the parties to help them identify and assess options in order to reach an agreement about issues that were unresolved between them (such as property division and parenting arrangements).
Mediation has proven to be very successful in resolving Family Law disputes and is a mandatory step for parenting matters before going to Family Court.
We offer Fixed Fee Mediation services for Parenting and Property Mediations.
It’s faster: Results can be achieved through Mediation within 3 to 4 weeks, whereas going through the Family Court or through lawyers alone generally takes 12 to 18 months, or longer.
It’s cheaper: Where time is saved, cost is also spared. In most cases, Mediation at an early stage can help to reduce legal fees by tens of thousands of dollars.
It’s Confidential: What occurs during the Mediation, and any agreement reached, can’t be disclosed to the Judge or used in Court at a later stage (subject to limited exceptions to protect people or property from risk of harm).
You control the outcome: The structured process of Mediation supports the parties to participate in the conversation and to be directly and completely in control of an outcome which affects them.
It’s fair: The Mediator must remain neutral and impartial (so can’t impose any judgment on the parties or force any party to speak or stay or agree).
There’s safety and support: The Mediator must ensure that each party is in a safe and supported environment so they can participate effectively.
Anna Roberts is a qualified Mediator and Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner. She is also a highly skilled and experienced Family Lawyer with over 15 years’ experience in Family Law matters and holds a Master’s degree in Applied Family Law.
Her experience in the legal sector has given her an understanding of the challenges faced by parties in a Family Law dispute and, in particular, the delay and dissatisfaction caused by the Family Court system and ongoing legal battles.
She brings to Family Law Mediation a deep understanding and sympathy for participants and a strong focus on bringing parties to a realistic and practical agreement as soon as possible.
Be prepared to Mediate Property and Parenting disputes.
Our Mediation eGuide is an essential tool to understanding what Mediation is, when Mediation is necessary, how to prepare for your Mediation and how it can benefit you in your Family Law journey.
Anna specialises in assisting the spouses of high-income professionals and executives to take control and make a fresh start.
Linsey is an experienced advocate who regularly appears before Judges in relation to urgent interim applications & complex parenting & property matters.
Marie specialises in complex property matters and assists in untangling financial ties in business interests including trusts, companies and partnerships.
Parental alienation is a phenomenon that occurs when a child aligns with one of their parents, and rejects the other parent due to alienating behaviours of the first parent.
Any type of family dispute can be suitable for Mediation, whether it is about parenting, child support, property division, spousal maintenance, or even other family issues between a parent and adult child.
The best venue to discuss and resolve parenting, property and financial issues is at a lawyer-assisted Family Law Mediation.