What does Family Dispute Resolution mean for you?

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Family Dispute Resolution is a form of Alternative Dispute Resolution (mediation), which is used in all levels of society to resolve conflict. Only using specialist input from solicitors if needed and without using the court system were possible. Family Dispute Resolution is conducted by Family Dispute Resolutions Practitioners (FDRP) who are Accredited Mediators specialising in Family Law disputes. They are registered with the Attorney General’s office and they have undertaken specialised, post graduate training and are ideally, accredited via the National Mediator Accreditation System NMAS.

FDR Mediators focus on the wellbeing and future needs of any children of the relationship and are required to advocate for their best interests. FDR mediators are specialists in helping clients resolve their differences in the most respectful manner possible. FDR Mediators work with clients not for clients, your thought and needs are considered, and you will have a voice in how your matter is settled if you use a Family Dispute Resolutions Practitioner for your family law dispute.

Speak to our staff about what Family Dispute Resolutions Practitioners can do for you and your unique place in life, speak to Bayside Mediation today!

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