The mediation process can be used mainly in family law matters including issues between family members, issues with community or neighbourhood disputes, parent and adolescent disputes, separation and workplace issues. Mediation is much faster than the process of litigation and empowers individuals to make critical decisions without the weight of the Courts and expensive legal [Continue reading]
The role of the mediator is to manage the process in a complete and balanced way, impartial to both parties. The mediator will identify issues, facilitate the discussion and help to negotiate outcomes that work for both parties. The process is respectful and designed to encourage equal say where possible.
Mediation is a process where the mediator supports individuals to resolve conflict and settle differences via a co-operative process. The process is completely voluntary, and agreements are not imposed on them as can occur when legal matters go to court. Participants sign an agreement to mediate and work via a mediator to prepare and sign [Continue reading]