Court, Mediation & Disputes

The process you choose to resolve your dispute can impact on the outcome. We can assist you to choose the best process for you, be it direct negotiation with the other party, mediation, collaborative law, lawyer negotiation, or court.

If you need help to decide what would be a sensible offer or solution to put to the other party prior to negotiating with them, our experienced lawyers can assist.

Mediation is a dispute resolution process where the parties engage a mediator to act as a facilitator and assist them to resolve issues in dispute. We have lawyers in our team who are also skilled, nationally accredited mediators. We can represent you at a mediation, provide you with advice prior to a mediation, or you can engage one of our lawyers as a mediator.

You should have advice about your rights before you negotiate with the other party, or you may want us to negotiate for you. If agreement is reached, we can prepare documents to ensure it is legally enforceable. We can also advise you about documents prepared by the other party’s lawyer.

Our mediation team is fully qualified and experienced to assist you in a mediation role, should that be the path you pursue. Mediation is a process whereby parties engage a mediator to assist the parties attempt to negotiate a settlement.

Collaborative practice is a deeper form of dispute resolution and aims to secure durable, long-lasting agreements and to preserve relationships between parties into the future.

Some clients prefer that we engage in negotiations on their behalf. We are well experienced in this process.

Our philosophy is that you should only use courts as a last resort. Going to court adds extra stress to your situation and can be expensive. For parties that have no option but to pursue their rights in court, we can manage all aspects of a court case on your behalf in a sensible and practical way.

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