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Family Law Mediations & Arbitrations: A Cost-Effective Alternative To Court

Family Law Mediations Arbitrations

Are you looking for a cost-effective alternative to court for your family law issues?

Mediation or arbitration may be the best option for you.

Prior to COVID-19, the Family Court’s resources were at maximum capacity, with thousands of cases to be heard, and a backlog of trials.

The Family Court of Australia and the Federal Circuit Court have now given priority to urgent children’s matters, with property trials adjourned until 2022 and later.

Mediation and arbitration are 2 types of Alternative Dispute Resolution, which enable you to resolve your family law dispute without the need for a court hearing.

It is also a court requirement for parties to explain why the dispute cannot be resolved by mediation or arbitration.

So now, more than ever, people need to resolve their disputes with minimal cost and to avoid expensive court proceedings.

Read more about our family law mediation and arbitration services here.

How We Can Help

Choose from our team of experienced family lawyers who have assisted countless Queenslanders to negotiate and reach an agreement with their former partner.

We have the legal expertise and negotiation skills required to ensure your mediation or arbitration is successful.

Save time, money and heartache with family law mediation or arbitration.

Contact Us

Save time, money and heartache. Resolve your dispute with mediation or arbitration. Engage our expert family lawyers. Get the best representation. Book a consultation. Contact Quinn & Scattini Lawyers’ family lawyers about your mediation or arbitration on 1800 999 529, email or submit an enquiry below.

We are available to meet with you at any of our local offices (Brisbane, Gold Coast, Beenleigh, Cleveland and Jimboomba) or by telephone or video-conference.

This article is for your information and interest only. It is not intended to be comprehensive, and it does not constitute and must not be relied on as legal advice. You must seek specific advice tailored to your circumstances.

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