Tag: Family Mediation

Mediation has grown rapidly across the world since the 1960s. Australia has become a global leader in mediation law and practice, readily embracing new technology and new ideas. Mediation is... Read More

A most important difference between collaborative mediation and collaborative law is how lawyers participate and what happens if the spouses do not resolve all their issues. As mentioned above, collaborative law... Read More

As we edge closer to a post-COVID world, mediators are embracing remote mediation as the new norm. After all, the traditional method of face-to-face mediation is not always feasible. Remote mediation... Read More

Family Mediation is a voluntary process. It can also be ordered by the Family Court when proceedings have been initiated in that Court. The parties can be represented by their... Read More