Family dispute resolution is the process that involves a separating couple meeting with a professional family dispute resolution practitioner to try to resolve their disagreements, specifically those relating to parenting and division of property. You may be required to attend family mediation on the Gold Coast before beginning court proceedings, but you may also choose to try mediation at any stage of your separation. Argyll FDRP can help you determine whether family mediation is right for you and your partner.
At Argyll FDRP, you can meet with a family dispute resolution practitioner on the Gold Coast for mediation services to resolve parenting issues between you and your partner. There are many advantages to working with us rather than going through the court, or through a government-funded service, including:
Family dispute resolution can help separating couples reach a parenting agreement on the Gold Coast and help everyone in the family live more peacefully in the years ahead.
As you work with your partner and your mediator to create a parenting agreement, it’s important to be sure that it covers all the important points and leaves no room for misunderstandings later on. Your mediator will ensure that all these points are covered, but it’s a good idea to go into your session with an idea of the things you want to discuss, such as:
At your initial consultation, you will likely discuss these items and more to give you and your mediator a clearer picture of the things that are most important to you. Your partner will have their own separate consultation for the same purpose. Then, at a separate appointment, you and your partner will meet together with the mediator to talk through the issues at hand and come to an agreement.
Why You Should Choose Argyll FDRP
When you choose Argyll FDRP, you’ll be working with an experienced and trustworthy family mediator to help you establish a parenting agreement that’s not just focused on the best interests of your children, but also tailored to meet your family’s specific needs. We have no waiting list and can meet with you and handle your case quickly. Our prices are affordable as well, and the flat rate you pay prevents any hidden charges or surprise fees. In the event that you and your partner are unable to reach an agreement during your child mediation on the Gold Coast, we can provide a section 601 certificate to allow you to pursue the matter further with the help of the court. For more information or to book your initial consultation, contact us today.