Family Law Dispute Mediation
Property Settlement Mediation
Financial Agreements Mediation
Parenting Plan Mediation
Section 601 Certificate Mediation
De Facto Relationship Dispute Mediation
Spousal Support Dispute Mediation
Child Support Dispute Mediation
Resolve Your Dispute with
Coffs Harbour Mediation
Mediations Australia’s Coffs Harbour mediators are renowned for bringing extensive knowledge of current legislation and case law to the table.
to Help You
We Are Family Lawyers
With experience in both family law practice and mediation, our Coffs Harbour mediation team are able to provide you with a tailored solution to cater for your individual needs in achieving a workable solution.
But We’re Not Really Family Lawyers
Our primary focus is providing workable solutions for each and every client. Our Coffs harbour mediators are firm believers in mediation it empowers you and your former partner to discuss and explore the issues at the centre of your family dispute. With this, you are your former partner are ultimately in control of your resolution. Our Coffs harbour mediation team are here to help you resolve your family dispute promptly and cost-efficiently.
We Don’t Play Like Family Lawyers
There is no doubt that going to court is an expensive process with the starting price at $60,000 irrespective of other hidden costs. By choosing to resolve your family dispute with mediation, you don’t have to worry about hidden legal fees as the pricing of our services are upfront and transparent. As well as this, our Coffs harbour mediation team employ modern dispute resolution methods such as collaborative law. Collaborative law is the process where both parties involved in the legal dispute agree before the commencement of negotiations that they don’t want to move the matter up to court. Similarly, Family law arbitration is an option where an arbitrator makes a final and legally bonding decision. This is ultimately quicker and more cost efficient.
Our Coffs Harbour Mediation
Making the decision to litigate a family dispute through a court is not only expensive but extremely stressful. In the event that you would like to pursue mediation, our Coffs harbour family law mediators are here to help. At an initial consultation with our team, you will be provided with more information on resolution methods that will suit you best. Once you feel informed of the appropriate dispute resolution for you, we will even make contact with your former partner to involve them in the mediation process.
Given that both yourself and your ex-partner agree that you will both make a substantial effort to reach an agreement through the mediation process, Our Mediations Australia team will begin the initial preparations to bring both parties together in a scheduled session.
Once these sessions have been scheduled, our Coffs harbour family law mediators will start to systematically prepare both you and your ex-partner for the mediation day.
It is important to know that there are a number of ways mediation can be done. For example, you and your ex-partner may decide to sit across from one another in the same room with a mediator in the middle to direct discussion. Or you may decide that you would like to undergo the shuttle process whereby you and your former partner will sit in different rooms and will communicate through the mediator. Either way, our main objective is to reach a mutually agreeable resolution that enables you and your former partner to move on.
Our Coffs Harbour
Our Coffs Harbour mediation are more than happy to conduct mediation sessions in the town centre and surrounding suburbs. Contact Mediations Australia today on 1300 242 494 for more information on the mediation process and how we can help you.
How Coffs Harbour
Can Help You
If you are going through a family break-up, one thing is certain and this is the decision to avoid court. Here at Mediations Australia, our experienced Coffs Harbour family mediation lawyers are here to ensure this doesn’t happen and a dispute resolution can be achieved between you and your former partner. This process will ultimately ensure a prompt, and more affordable arrangement is met and a less stressful outcome is attained.
Family Law Disputes
Here at Coffs Harbour mediation, our friendly team will ensure you find the best dispute resolution process.
Section 601 Certificates
Under Australia’s family law act, separating parties must obtain a Section 601 certificate that shows attempted efforts to resolve the dispute under mediation. Once this certificate has been lodged to the court, applications for parenting orders can be made. Our Coffs Harbour mediation lawyers can arrange this certificate for you.
There is no doubt that arranging parenting arrangements after a separation is tricky. That is why our Coffs harbour mediators are here to help. As part of our service to you, our team will assist both you and your former partner in creating a parenting plan that is legally binding and reflective of your individual needs and concerns.
De Facto Relationship Disputes
Often resolving issues over children, finances and assets alone is problematic and that is why we are here to help. In some cases, given that you and your ex-partner have been together for two years of more, you will be entitled to mediation. Our Coffs harbour mediation team will assist you and your former partner in discussing your issues and will ensure a resolution is achieved.
Having to divide joint assets and liabilities amidst a relationship break-down can often lead to further problems. Our Coffs Harbour family mediation experts can assist you and your former partner in coming to an agreement surrounding the fair division of joint assets.
Coming to an agreement on a property settlement is often a difficult process; particularly given its overarching hierarchy of assets and liabilities among couples. Our Coffs harbour mediators can guide you and your former partner to systematically work through your dispute and come to a legally binding agreement that satisfies the needs of both you and your ex-partner.
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