RAQ Family Dispute Practitioners (mediators) are trained to work with separated people.
Family Dispute Practitioners at RAQ use mediation because it offers a safe, confidential, respectful model for separated people who have unresolved disputes.
Some separated people need to settle their property and possessions.
Property settlements at RAQ venues may occur if no children are involved. At Family Relationship Centres , children must be involved.
Some separated people who are parents need to make plans about how children will be raised in separate households.
Some separated people need to work on both.
Family mediators always suggest that you seek independent legal, financial, and any other advice to help the mediation discussion clarify.
Generally Family Mediators would suggest that if children’s matters are involved that the meetings should prioritise them over property and finances.