Welcome to Mediation Australia - Sydney

       

 

How Mediation works

  • Your matter can be settled with negotiation through mediation.
  • Mediation is a optional practice to avoid the legal system to reach an agreement.
  • Legal advice may be necessary to provide you with an understanding of the strength or weakness of your position to help you negotiate but in many cases, a mediated common sense  approach secures success.
  • Indeed, Mediation has the capacity to help resolve disputes at a cost much, much lower than by using the legal profession.
  • Mediation fees are shared by the mediation clients.
  • An outcome is not imposed on the parties so the process of mediation allows participants to remain in control.

 

       

 

Mediation and the Legal profession ... how are they different?

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Does the Mediator take a neutral position?

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If negotiations are successful through with mediation, what is the next  step?

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What if no agreement is secured through the application of mediation?

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What is the cost of mediation services ?

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Why is mediation an intelligent approach to settling disputes?

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Using mediation in the workplace - for example, to eliminate bullying

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About Facilitation?

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So how does the Facilitator use mediation techniques differently from the techniques of Mediation?

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After hours mediation services - week nights and Saturday daytime.

Does your work commitment make it difficult for you to attend meetings during business hours?

 

Mediation Australia has introduced its after hours service

 

You can meet with a mediator from 6:30 to 9 pm on any weeknight and during the daytime on Saturday by prior appointment only.

 

 

 



 


 

Mediation Australia
Incorporating
 Alternative Dispute Resolutions

 

Sydney Offices

 

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Consultations are by ...
Prior Appointment only
                                            

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Initital email enquiries:
info@mediationaustralia.net.au

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Mediation Australia Head Office

You are most welcome to contact our Head Office if you have any questions or comments about our services.

 

Phone: 08 8379 2910 / 0409 837837
email: info@mediationaustralia.net.au
Postal Address:
Mediation Australia,
Level 2, 229 Greenhill Road Dulwich
South Australia 5065

  • your queries answered at no charge
  • It is a pleasure for our expert mediators to explain our mediation services to you.
  • Then, when you are ready, you can obtain an appointment to see us.
  • After hours service if required

Our consultations are held by pre-arrangements only at our offices

     

    National mediation at no extra cost

     

    Do you have a dispute with a party in another Australian State or Territory?

    Mediation Australia has opened, or is opening, offices in every capital city of each Australian state and territory.

    If there are disputes in one or more states and or territories, we can mediate them through communication between our Mediation Australia offices at no additional cost.  In addition, we are next planning the opening of Mediation Australia offices in most major regional country cities, such as Alice Springs, Cairns, Broken Hill, Albury-Wodonga and Geraldton for example.

    We also offer the same services internationally through our International Strategic Mediation Alliance program. Please ask us for details.

     




    Mediation Australia - Adeaide Head Office
    Incorporating “Alternative Dispute Resolutions”
    Ph:   
              08 8379 2910

    Consultations (by appointment only) at any one of the many Mediation Australia offices across Australian states and territories. You are welcome to call your nearest Mediation Australia office for obligation free advice about how you can use mediation to resolve your matter. Copyright Mediation Australia 2013