How can we help you?
Mediation is use of an independent party to help people resolve a dispute, through a respectful guided conversation and discussion.
Family Dispute Resolution is defined by the Family Law Act as:
a process (other than a judicial process):
(a) in which a family dispute resolution practitioner helps people affected, or likely to be
affected, by separation or divorce to resolve some or all of their disputes with each other; and
(b) in which the practitioner is independent of all of the parties involved in the process.
Family dispute resolution can take many forms, and it is the Family Dispute Resolution Practitioners role to take into account the particular needs of the family, when providing the most relevant and appropriate service.
It may typically involve a mediation session between separated parents seeking to reach an agreement regarding parenting arrangements, instead of going through the Family Court.
Consultancy FAiR can design or review a process for handling disputes and/or complaints for businesses and organisations that takes into account their particular needs and industry.
Dispute Resolution training through a series of hands-on seminars which aim at introducing a model of dispute resolution and practical skills. Seminars can be adjusted to suit the learner and environment, be they school children or adults.
Counselling as an opportunity to explore pressing issues with an independent person, with the view to further understand and resolve concerns.