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Family dispute resolution (mediation)

Family dispute resolution (mediation)

Family dispute resolution (FDR), also known as mediation, can help couples who are separating to resolve their family law disputes.

Disputes may include conflicts over parenting and the care of children, child support, financial arrangements and how to divide their property. Our service is provided with a focus on safety, the best interests of children, and ensuring that both people can participate.

It’s not uncommon for separating couples to need to resolve issues around both parenting and property matters. This can be done as part of the same FDR process, or at different times.

We also offer elder mediation to assist older Australians and their families to have difficult conversations, resolve differences and plan for the future.

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