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Child focused family Sydney and Central Coast NSW
North Shore Family Mediation is a child focused practice committed to helping separating couples reach workable agreements in a safe, caring environment.

Child focused family Sydney and Central Coast NSW
North Shore Family Mediation is a child focused practice committed to helping separating couples reach workable agreements in a safe, caring environment.

Christine Bennett Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner Sydney
Christine Bennett is a trained and registered Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner offering family mediation. Appointments available now.

Contact information for North Shore Family Mediation
North Shore Family Mediation offers free undercover parking, easy lift access , bus stop nearby, easy access with lift, bathroom facilities, cafes and shopping.

Family mediation appointments available now Sydney and Central Coast
North Shore Family Mediation offers a safe environment to negotiate a workable outcome for the care of your children and the fair division of property.

Frequently asked questions Family Mediation Mosman NSW
Answers to common questions about family mediation service in Mosman and Central Coast NSW. Appointments, cost, the process and duration.

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Privacy Policy of North Shore Family Mediation
North Shore Family Mediation complies with the information Privacy Principles as outlined in the Privacy Amendment Private Sector) Act 2000.

Charter for clients of North Shore Family Mediation
Christine Bennett abides by the obligations of family dispute resolution (FDR) practitioners under the Family Law Act 1975 and the Family Law (Family Dispute Resolution Practitioners) Regulations 2008.

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What is Family Mediation? Reach agreements for parenting and property.
Family mediation or Family Dispute Resolution (FDR) is a process which aims at working towards reaching agreement, usually over parenting and property disputes.

What is the role of the Family Mediator?
A Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner (FDRP) facilitates separated couples to reach agreement over care of children and/or division of property.

What is a Parenting Plan? Requirements for going to Court
It is now mandatory to attend Family Dispute Resolution if you wish to approach the Family Court for Parenting Orders.

Property agreements reached in Family Mediation
When a couple separates, it is usual to decide what happens to shared assets and any outstanding debts such as a mortgage and credit card debt for instance.

Child Inclusive Practice. How does it help during Family Mediation?
Sometimes in Family Dispute Resolution it is appropriate and helpful for the children to engage the services of a qualified Child Consultant.

What is a Section 60I Certificate?
Under the Family Law Act, a Section 60I Certificate is required prior to making an application to the court for a Parenting Order.

What is Family Law in Australia?
Family Law in Australia is a specialist branch of law which applies to separation following marriage, de facto marriage and same sex relationship breakdown.

What are Consent Orders? Are Parenting Plans legally binding?
If you wish a Parenting Plan to be legally binding, it needs to be taken to a solicitor who will use the agreement/s as the basis for Consent Orders.

What happens if we need to go to Family Court for parenting orders?
If, through genuine effort, agreements were not reached, including with your own lawyers or through mediation, then going to Court is a final option.

Family law news - Family Dispute Resolution Sydney
North Shore Family Mediation is dedicated to providing the best service to help you resolve parenting and property matters and latest information on Family Law.

About divorce - Family Dispute Resolution helps with Parenting Plans
Family Mediation can help resolve parenting issues following separation and divorce. It is a prerequisite to going to Court for parenting matters.

What is Domestic Violence? How does it affect family mediation?
Domestic or family violence, encompasses actual or threatened violence or harassment between partners or other family members including children.

What is conflict? How does it impact on outcomes in family mediation?
Most conflict in relationship happens due to inability or unwillingness of one or both parties to own their own view and allow their partner to hold their's.

What feelings are normal following relationship breakdown and separation?
After separation, feelings can be intense. This often leads to wondering if these feelings will ever pass. "Will I ever feel normal again?"

Parenting after Divorce – What is in the best interests of your children?
Successful negotiation during Family Mediation leads to parents reaching agreement on how their children will be cared for now the parents are living separately.

What about grandparents when a family separates?
Family separation and divorce has a significant impact on grandparents and other relatives as well as emotional conflict that the children experience.

Counselling for reconciliation before Family Dispute Resolution
During your initial session with a Family Mediator, you will be asked if there is any chance of reconciliation. Counselling may be worth considering.

What is stalking and is it illegal?
"Stalking" is defined as repeated and persistent unwanted communications and/or approaches that produce fear in the victim.

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