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commitments
cancellation fees
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WIFI AND REFRESHMENTS PROVIDED
Serviced office hire is one of the main factors affecting mediation costs and preventing parties from resolving disputes in the most cost-effective way.
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BRISBANE, QLD
247 Adelaide Street Brisbane QLD 4000
Phone 1300 798 630 / 08 9126 9444
OUR BRISBANE CITY OFFICE ADDRESS
Level 3
247 Adelaide Street
BRISBANE CITY
HOW DOES THIS WORK?
Understanding the problem
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Talking to one another
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Coming up with solutions to solve the dispute without going to court
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Mediators are qualified professionals who facilitate communication, promote understanding, assist the parties to identify their needs and interests, and use creative problem-solving techniques to enable the parties to reach their own agreement.
Some Mediators are Lawyers and even can be former Judges who have chosen to assist people with mediation.
Who are
MEDIATORS?
Benefits of mediation
Affordable
Mediation costs are less than litigation
Mediation settles over 85% of disputes
Effective
Informal
Not necessary to have legal representation
Confidential
Information cannot be used in Court proceedings, except so far as required by law or with the consent of the parties
Types of Mediation
Family Dispute Resolution (FDR)
- Mediation where families discuss the issues in dispute and consider different options, while being encouraged to focus on the needs of their children.
- FDR uses a neutral and accredited Family Dispute Resolution practitioner.
- The main objective of FDR is to assist participants to make a parenting plan setting out the agreed future parenting arrangements.

It is compulsory under Australian family law for separated parents to attempt Family Dispute Resolution (FDR) before applying to a family law court for parenting orders.
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When you are formalising an agreement through ‘consent orders’
Where family violence or child abuse is a factor
When you are responding to an application to the court
urgent issues
A person is unable to participate effectively (for example, due to incapacity or geographical location), or
A person has contravened and shown a serious disregard for a court order made in the last 12 months.
There are exemptions to this requirement, including:
Property Mediation
The family law courts require people applying for property settlements to make a genuine effort to resolve their matter before filing their application. Going to court is time-consuming, and may not result in a decision that you agree with.
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Court Ordered Mediation
During a court proceeding, the judge may deem it necessary for the couple to attend mediation in relation to parenting, property or both.
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LIST OF MEDIATORS
Here is an extensive list of Mediators in Queensland including their contact details and fees