Divorce isn’t just a process. It comes with a melting pot of raw emotions — heartache, anger, fear, frustration, guilt, loss, stress, confusion, even numbness and indifference.
Yet somehow, with your life turned upside down, you have to think about making practical plans to establish this new normal, whether you want to or not.
Even starting the process involves making agreements with your ex-partner — the very person who disagreements with, brought you here in the first place.
In short, divorce can be the most stressful and confronting experience you’ll ever have to go through. Even if it’s one of the more amicable ones.
Family mediation is for all couples, including same-sex couples and those with or without children.
Family Mediation provides:
People cope better when structure is in place. Family mediation provides both structure during the process, to help you stay focused and on track. As well as after, with an agreed plan on how you can all move forward.
A safe place
When there are emotional tripwires everywhere, we provide neutral ground. A space where you can feel safe about opening up and being honest.
At a time when friends and family are taking sides, we remain completely unbiased. We’re not looking to find fault, just to find solutions.
Our role is to facilitate your discussions and bring them back to the main priority, which is always the children. Or, when there aren’t children involved, the finances.
We understand the complexities of a marriage breakdown because we work extremely hard with every client to improve their outcomes.
Our competitive family mediation rates are just a fraction of what it would cost to take the case to court.
Whereas a two- to three-day final court hearing can set each partner back tens of thousands, for potentially the same outcome.
We can see you within seven days of contacting us. Even faster if necessary.
Family mediation means you retain more control over the outcome than if you handed the matter over to the courts.
Remember you and your ex-partner are probably the best judges of what will and won’t work for your family.