Family law mediation works towards achieving agreements relating to parties' property and financial matters, including how to divide their assets and liabilities, as well as how to provide financial support to children.
Such matters can be discussed during family mediation, and any agreements that are reached are then reduced to writing.
In order to be legally enforceable, parties must seek independent legal advice from their own lawyer, who then certifies that they have provided such advice, before applying for the Family Court to stamp such agreements as Consent Orders.
PLEASE NOTE: The information provided on this website is for general purposes only and does not constitute legal advice in any way whatsoever. It is always recommended that you seek legal advice from your own lawyer.