To help you understand how Family Mediation Station can lead you to resolve your parenting and property matters after separation. Below is a seven step guide to the mediation process.
Family Dispute Resolution Process
Step 1 – Firstly choose Family Mediation Station. Step 1 complete.
By choosing Family Mediation Station, you can avoid exhaustive waiting lists mounting legal costs – giving you peace of mind and as a result more time to move on with your life.
Step 2 – Call our office on 1300 491 777 to let us know that you would like to Mediate.
We offer a toll-free number so that you can easily contact us from anywhere in Australia.
Step 3 – Your Mediator will call you to discuss your individual requirements. This is your opportunity to discuss your concerns.
Step 4 – Then we will send you an information pack and invoice to pay. Complete and return the questionnaire contained in the information pack and make payment using various payment options.
Step 5 – Your Mediation Mentor will contact you to provide you with support throughout the process. Your Mediation Mentor will make sure that you are ready for Mediation (ducks in a row and mentally ready) so that you can get the most out of your Mediation.
Step 6 – It’s Mediation time. Your Nationally Accredited Mediator will then bring you both together to reach an agreement about your parenting and property matters.
This step will determine how quickly you can move on with your life and regain your independence. It is crucial that you are fully prepared using your Mediation Mentor for this step and work together with your Mediator to achieve the best possible outcome during the mediation session for you and your ex.
Step 7 – After the Mediation session we then prepare the documents necessary to formalise the agreement reached so that you don’t have to see a lawyer after the Mediation.
The wait is over now and you and your family can finally start to move on with peace of mind.
Finally you walk away with your parenting and property matters resolved and documents prepared to formalise your agreement on the same day.
Congratulations on finishing the simple family dispute resolution process. Your family will be proud of you.