At Cominos Family Lawyers, we are committed to the process of mediation for all family and de facto law matters. Mediation offers separating couples an opportunity to meet in a confidential and non-threatening environment to discuss, negotiate and settle their disagreements. Not only is mediation beneficial for you and your former partner, but where children are involved, it is particularly important, as they see their parents finding solutions and opens the communication to moving forward and focus on their children’s best interests.
At Cominos Family lawyers, our lawyers have attended hundreds of “lawyer-assisted meditations”. These meditations are highly recommended because they involve the assistance of an Accredited Mediator and family lawyers, who represent the interests of their clients. Lawyer assisted mediations are highly successful in settling many family law matters as individuals participating in the lawyer-assisted mediation feel protected and have their individual lawyers present to advise them regarding their child custody , property or spousal maintenance concerns.
If the opportunity arises for you and your former partner to attend a lawyer-assisted mediation, then the benefits include:
We specialise in lawyer-assisted mediation and know that if you are separating and need to resolve parenting, property, spousal maintenance or child support matters, then this can be a highly effective resolution process.
In addition to providing our legal services in lawyer-assisted mediations, our Principal , Pamela Cominos is available to mediate your matters. Pamela is a Nationally Accredited Mediator and a Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner.
If you would like to know more, please contact us today.
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