Adrams Mediation Services now offers for your convenience, Online Mediation for (Family Dispute Resolution)
Conscious uncoupling refers to the act of ending a marriage or relationship. In a way, that is viewed as a very positive step by both parties as often they believe that their lives will be better separating. Most couples hope that they can continue to remain friends, co-parent if they have children.
Online Mediation is offered for the following
- Flexibility of scheduled appointment – evening or weekends are also a possibility according to available times
- Reduces costs of travel of both parties – you do not need to travel – Mediate from your home or work environment.
- Enables both parties to Mediate without being in the same room
- Both parties can Mediate in the comfort of their separate own home
- Online Mediation is conducted via ZOOM teleconferencing
For some people online Mediation is a perfect way to discuss their situation.
Where Do We Meet?
- We meet in a Zoom meeting room.
- There, you will enjoy the flexibility of scheduling the appointments at a convenient time. Your possibilities for appointments include evenings and weekends.
- No hassle of having to allow travel time and having to arrange transport to an appointment.
- You may choose to do the Intake & Assessment and/or the Pre-Mediation on the telephone for convenience. Both of these options offer you the same confidential quality service.
- After your assessment, both parties may choose to meet together in an online Zoom meeting room for the FDR Mediation.
- Most Mediation is expected to be completed within the 3 hours allocated.
Sometimes, however, an additional Mediation session may be required. The additional session may depend on the number of agenda items and how progress was made in the Mediation session. This would incur an extra cost of $220 per hour including GST.
In some circumstances, the Mediator may assess your matter as ‘not appropriate for Mediation’ and issue an S60i certificate. This may occur at any stage of the Mediation process.
Adrams Mediation Principal Jo-Anne McNamara strongly recommend you seek legal advice to understand your position in your matter . We want to ensure that your Parenting or Property Agreement is founded in current Family Law Principles of ‘The best interest of the child’.
Where there is property, we want to ensure that the Agreement is ‘Fair and Equitable