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Mediations & Dispute Resolution

The specialist Family Law team at Pearsons Lawyers were trained and qualified as mediators and promoted mediation as an alternative means to dispute resolution even prior to the legislative changes mandating mediation.

Joe Schepis and Leanne Abela are two of only a handful of Family Lawyers who completed a Graduate Diploma in Family Law Mediation. For specialist advice on mediation call our experienced team for you first FREE appointment so you know where you stand.

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Mediations & Dispute Resolution

Joe and Leanne are both qualified mediators and this provides our team with an understanding and an appreciation of how mediation can work in a range of separations.

We are experts in providing alternative options and avoiding court appearances whenever possible. We can also identify when mediation may not be appropriate. We provide advice prior to and during the mediation process in relation to:

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> Family Court: Before You File. Pre-action Procedures.

"Our team of Family Lawyers at Pearsons Lawyers believe in what we do and take pride in our work.  We strive to get the best outcome from our clients."

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During your initial free consultation we will:

  • Discuss your circumstances.
  • Answer any questions about the divorce process.
  • Present your options.
  • Advise you of your entitlements.
  • Provide you with information about the cost of a divorce and separation.

Call our office or fill in the contact form to book your free appointment.

Office Hours

Monday to Friday 8:30am – 5:00pm
(Please note we are closed between 1-2pm)

Wednesday Evenings 5:00pm – 7:00pm
(by appointment only)

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> Call 1300 699 688

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