Kim Wilson & Co’s experienced and efficient Family Law team are available to accept instructions in all areas of Family Mediation, including property and children’s matters.
Disputes are an unfortunate reality of life, but the right legal advice and family mediation can help resolve them quickly and effectively.
Mediation is a process where a trained person (the Mediator) helps the parties to a dispute, to negotiate a resolution to their dispute. The Mediator does this by facilitating discussions, and by assisting the parties to identify issues and concerns and to help them identify and explore options to resolve their dispute.
At Kim Wilson & Co we pride ourselves on offering you Dispute Resolution advice that is:
- delivered quickly;
- easy to understand;
- focused specifically on your situation; and
- transparent when it comes to costs.
All our Family and Divorce Lawyers are qualified to represent you during Mediation. Kim Wilson SC, Linda Richardson and Robyn Hadley are Nationally Accredited Mediators (AIFLAM) and are available to accept instructions to act as a Mediator.
Our Mediation Team
Kim Wilson & Co have experienced and qualified Mediators who are available to accept instructions in all areas of Mediation.
Kim Wilson & Co can facilitate Mediations at our centrally located offices.
Kim Wilson SC
Kim is an Accredited Family Law Specialist and Accredited as a National Mediator (AIFLAM).
Kim has extensive Mediation experience in financial and parenting matters, both participating in Mediation with clients and conducting Mediations.
Linda is an Accredited Family Law Specialist and Accredited as a National Mediator (AIFLAM).
Linda has Mediation experience and has participated in a large number of successful mediations, in both financial and parenting matters.
Robyn is an Accredited Family Law Specialist and Accredited as a National Mediator (AIFLAM).
Robyn has extensive experience in negotiating financial matters, and in particular complex financial arrangements.
To book one of our experienced Mediators call (08) 6380 3900
If agreement is not reached at Mediation, then you may need to seek Orders from the Family Court. We can assist you to decide if proceedings are necessary. You may also consider Arbitration or some other form of non-Court based resolution.