Avoid litigation and learn the skills of mediation

21 Oct
2017

Avoid litigation and learn the skills of mediation

How to avoid the Court and the conflict that this entails? Overcome the conflict. Use your best endeavours to overcome the conflict. For the sake of your family, especially your children, learn to negotiate if possible, learn to overcome your animosity and to talk to your former partner in a…

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11 Oct
2017

Disgruntled Husband

“Why should I support my wife/partner after we separate when I actually supported her and provided all our assets throughout our entire relationship.” Unfortunately, you may have a continuing financial obligation to your former partner. The Family Law legislation provides the basis for a Court determining the financial relationship of…

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15 Sep
2017

Want Separation? Do Collaborative Practice, Mediation to resolve the issues arising from a separation

Want Separation? Do Negotiation, Collaborative Practice, Mediation to resolve all the issues arising from a separation We want to separate. Where do we go from here? It's very important to do negotiation, collaborative practice, and mediation before separation. Many couples who separate can agree on what they wish to happen…

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28 Aug
2017

AIFLAM Certification for arbitrators and mediators

Family Law Arbitrators: Charles Noble and James Noble are proud members of the National body for family law arbitrators and mediators know as AIFLAM. The Institute of Arbitrators and Mediators Australia promotes the attractions of mediation and arbitration as a means of dispute resolution amongst both practitioners and the wider community.…

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28 Aug
2017

Alternate Dispute Resolution: Does True Mediation Still Exist?

ALTERNATE DISPUTE RESOLUTION Shuttle Mediation has taken the place of true mediation. How to avoid litigation in the Courts.  How can this be achieved? Prior to Mediation Matters may be achieved by way of negotiations between the parties themselves or by without prejudice negotiations with solicitors. With Solicitors, the meetings…

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