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High Street Medical Centre, 17 High Street
Bunyip, VIC 3815

T 1800 639 523 T 1800 639 523


Fitzroy Legal Service, Level 4, 126 Moor Street (access via courtyard)
Fitzroy, Victoria 3065

T 03 9355 4700 T 03 9355 4700


Diamond Valley Community Support Centre, Shop 378a, Level 3 Greensborough Plaza
Greensborough, Victoria 3088

T 03 9355 4700 T 03 9355 4700


Pakenham Springs Centre, 5 Livingstone Blvd
Pakenham, VIC 3810

T 03 8781 9111 T 03 8781 9111


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Mediation & Dispute Resolution

We’re still here to support you

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak can cause increased stress and conflict due to a range of issues brought on by lock down, social isolation, relationship pressure, close family dynamics or the need to change family arrangements. We can help with your concerns – speak to one of our experienced practitioners.

Mediation is a guided negotiation process that families find particularly useful when normal communication has broken down.



The sorts of issues that people can take to mediation include:

  • Adolescent-parent issues
  • Negotiating ongoing care for older family members
  • Negotiating the blending of two families.


What happens in mediation?

Both parties come together to talk about their issues with the help of an impartial third party – the mediator. However, unlike trying to nut out the issues on your own, the Mediator is able to ensure the discussion stays relevant and doesn’t become personal.

The Mediator ensures all parties have a say, all points of view are heard and mutual agreement is reached. A lot of people find this a very practical solution to their problems.


Fact Sheets

  What is Mediation?
  Frequently Asked Questions


How do I know if mediation is right for us?

Give us a call on 1800 639 523 and we can give you all the information you need to make an informed decision.

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