What is Family Mediation or Family Dispute Resolution?
Family Dispute Resolution (FDR) or Family Mediation is a process where an FDRP talks to both parties about the problems you wish to discuss and then resolve through mediation.
These discussions are held between the parties and:
Our FDR practitioner/mediator will guide and provide additional information to the parties at all times from the beginning and throughout the mediation.
Who can conduct Family Dispute Resolution?
Only Mediators registered with the Federal Attorney General's Department (AGD) can conduct FDR to assist participants in establishing agreements for your child or children.
Menzies Mediation is registered to conduct Family Dispute Resolution. If necessary we are registered to issue certificates.
What are the advantages?
Separating and need a Parenting Plan?
If you are separated or separating and cannot agree with the arrangements for your child or children then contact us on 0400 840 676 or 0478 130 77 to make an appointment.
If parents have children below 18 years of age, and the parents cannot agree on a Parenting Plan, they are by law required to see a Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner.
A Parenting Plan may deal with any aspect of the care, welfare and development of the children. Such as living arrangements, deciding on schools...
It is compulsory for separating families who have a dispute about children (less than 18 years) and associated parenting issues to make a genuine effort through Family Dispute Resolution (FDR) to resolve their dispute BEFORE going to court.
Why use Menzies Mediation??
How do you arrange Family Dispute Resolution?
Alternative Dispute Resolution & Mediation Specialists | Cairns | Ph 0400 840 676 | ABN: 69 203 830 108
Disclaimer: This website is intended to only provide general information about the mediation process and other important information.
You should make your own enquiries or seek independent professional advice before making any decisions concerning your own interests.
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