Family law mediation is a process that can be used to reach agreements relating to property and financial matters, including how to divide the assets and liabilities.
These property and financial matters can be discussed during family law mediation, during which any agreements that are reached are then reduced to writing and provided to the parties.
In order to be legally enforceable, parties must seek independent legal advice from a solicitor, who then certifies that they have provided such advice. This certification forms part of any application to the Family Court, a process through which the parties' solicitors will assist the parties.
Our mediators act as a neutral third party assisting parties in reaching agreements. To remain impartial and unbiased throughout the mediation process, our mediators do not engage in legal practice or act as lawyers or provide legal advice in any way. Furthermore, Family Mediation Brisbane provides mediation services only. Family Mediation Brisbane is not a law firm, does not engage in legal practice, does not act as lawyers, and does not provide legal advice in any way.