Mediation - Family Law Fixed Fee Solutions

Fixed Fee Family Mediation Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Sydney and Melbourne and online

How much does fixed fee family mediation cost?

You need help to reach an agreement with your former partner or the other parent.  But you are worried about the cost.

You are already experiencing uncertainty about your family’s future.
Y
ou don’t want to cut corners when you are working towards an agreement or make decisions you later regret

Our fixed fee family law mediation packages give you financial certainty during a very stressful and uncertain time in your life.

At a time when you are not sure what is within your control, you can control your family law fees.

No hidden extras. No unexpected bills.
All our packages include GST and the valuable Our Family in Two Homes Resource Package.

We currently offer family law fixed fee mediation in Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Toowoomba, Sydney and Melbourne
and online across Australia.

Room hire is approximately $110 per party for a day

How much does mediation cost in Australia?

All our fixed fee family mediation fees are total cost inclusive of GST (not per party) and include the Our Family in Two Homes Resource.

$3,300

Includes a 1-hour preparation session for each party with the Mediator and a 30 min meeting with each party and their lawyer.

We are happy to conduct property mediation as two half days, for the same cost as a full day mediation.

Saturday mediations are available.

If Mediation is by video, there is no room hire cost, otherwise it is charged at cost (approx $110 per party).

$3,300

Includes a 2-hour private preparation session for each parent with the Mediator.

Saturday mediations are available.

If Mediation is by video, there is no room hire cost, otherwise it is charged at cost (approx $110 per party).

$5,950 ($5409.09 + GST per family)

Includes a 1.5 to 2 hour private parent preparation session for each parent with the Mediator and Child Consultant, and the Our Family in Two Homes resource.

If Mediation is by video, there is no room hire cost, otherwise it is charged at cost (approx $110 per party).

Mediation consists of one 5 hour or 2 x 2.5 hour sessions.  

Parent preparation meetings are held on a different day from the Mediation to allow time for reflection and flexibility in scheduling for parents.  Saturday mediations are available.

$6,350 (up to two adults and two children interviewed) ($5,772.73  + GST per family). $275 extra per additional child ($250 + GST per family)

Includes private preparation sessions for each parent with the Mediator and Child Consultant, and the Our Family in Two Homes resource.

Parent preparation meetings are held on a different day from the Mediation to allow time for reflection and flexibility in scheduling for parents.  

The children are interviewed then there is a Feedback session, and Mediation either as one 5 hour session, or 2 x 2.5 hour sessions.

Saturday mediations are available.

If Mediation is by video, there is no room hire cost, otherwise it is charged at cost (approx $110 per party).

Initial individual session and Our Family in Two Homes resource: $605 per parent ($550 + GST)

Subsequent sessions (45 mins individual or 90 mins if joint): $330 per parent ($300 + GST)

How do I organise fixed fee family law mediation?

You can book with us right now, using our Bookings Calendar - just the select the service you need.

If you want to get started right away, but the other party has not yet agreed to mediation, book a Free Discovery call to discuss what type of mediation is best for you and to learn more about Child-inclusive Mediation and Child-focussed Mediation.

If you have both agreed to use us as your mediator, book a Mediation of your choice
and each book a separate 'Parent Preparation Session | FDR (schedule them at least 1 week before the mediation).

If you need more information about the process, book a free Discovery call using our booking calendar below

Untying the Knot

Sydney Family Mediation

Brisbane Family Mediation

Melbourne Family Mediation

Online and video mediation available across Australia

Do I have to attend Family Mediation or Family Dispute Resolution ?

Family mediation is a voluntary process.  No-one can force you to attend.
However, the Family Law Act requires you to attend compulsory family mediation (family dispute resolution) before you can make an application to the Federal Circuit and Family Court for parenting (custody) or financial orders.
Family mediation is also a great way to resolve parenting issues, and minimise the impact of divorce on your children.

There are some exceptions to compulsory family dispute resolution, such as when there are issues like domestic violence or abuse
and a safe environment cannot be provided.
If you are worried about your safety attending family mediation, talk to us about a safety plan
and the security measures we have in place at our mediation rooms. We can also use video for your mediation if you prefer.

If you are uncertain about whether an exemption from compulsory family dispute resolution applies to you, contact us to discuss your situation. 

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