Family Law - The Collaborative Divorce

Without couples willing to find a more civilised way of resolving issues on separation and divorce, there would be no mediation and no collaborative law. That there is, bears testament to many couples who are prepared to try an approach that really values what they have to say and what matters to them most.

Family Mediation - Looking to the Future

In the last few months there has been much discussion in the news about Family Mediation with the likely requirement being that from April 2011, anyone wishing to commence Family Court proceedings will be required to attend a Family Mediation information and assessment meeting.

Resolving Conflict in Family disputes... anything but Court?

Whatever forum may be chosen by couples who are experiencing the emotional trauma, pain and stress of separation and divorce, there can be no doubt that very few people relish the prospect of Court action with the anguish, delay and cost that can be involved.

Separation and Divorce... but what about the children?

It is a sad fact of modern day living that separation and divorce represents a very difficult and stressful time for everyone concerned but can be especially difficult for children.

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