Collaborative law

Collaborative law is a dispute resolution process in which the former couple and their lawyers enter into a contract to resolve their family law issues without going to court. The …

Arbitration

You can agree to get a senior lawyer or retired judge to hear your case. It can be heard in as little as 5-6 weeks if everything ready for the …

Family Relationship Centres

Family Relationship Centres (FRCs), are government-funded services that┬áseek to provide support to parents going through family difficulties – especially ┬áthose who have either separated from the other parent or who …

Mediation

If you have a dispute with your former partner either about the division of property, other financial matters or the parenting arrangements, you should consider trying mediation to help resolve …

Neutral evaluation

If you want a neutral person to make recommendations for how to resolve your case, but you still want to keep open the option of a hearing before the judge, …