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Online mediation is an affordable and accessible structured negotiation process in which an independent person, known as a mediator, assists the parties to identify and assess options and negotiate an agreement to resolve their dispute. Mediation is an alternative to a judge imposing a decision on the parties.


Specialist Practice Areas

The team at SETL™ are experts in all areas of the family law mediation process. The team have extensive knowledge in creating workable parenting plans, avoiding complex litigation, reaching common ground and illustrating the overall benefits of SETL™ing.

The team at SETL™ are the highest skilled Nationally Accredited Mediators, Family Dispute Resolution Practitioners and Expert Determiners in Australia, with experts specialising in negotiating complex issues and disputes with allegations and facts surrounding the following areas:

  • Parental alienation
  • Visitation arrangements and negotiations
  • Parenting plans, separation counselling and property
  • Family violence, intervention orders, revocation orders and advocacy
  • Cyber stalking, technology abuse and child abuse
  • Child related mediation and s60(i) statements under the Family Law Act 1975 (Cth).

Useful Resources

Family mediation and dispute resolution - familyrelationships.gov.au

What is family mediation?

People refer to mediation in many different ways. It can be as informal as having a friend or family member helping to talk through the issues in dispute. It can also be a formal process involving a professional mediator.

Eeny Meeny Miney Mo Foundation - What is parental alienation?

Parental Alienation is the outcome of a process where a child's relationship with one parent (the targeted parent) is negatively influenced by the actions of the other parent (the alienating parent). The child's rejection of the parent occurs in the absence of a reasonable justification for the rejection. The alienating parent can be a mother or a father, a grandparent, a step parent and even a non-family member.

eVestigator® Cybercrime, technology abuse, cyberstalking experts

eVestigator® is a highly regarded specialist cybercrime firm servicing Australia, assisting the courts as an independent expert witness in family law matters pertaining to cyberstalking.

Section 60I Certificate

What is a Section 60I Certificate?

It is a requirement under the Family Law Act 1975 that separating couples wanting to apply to the Court for a parenting order need to first indicate that a genuine effort to resolve the dispute by family dispute resolution has been attempted. To show that a genuine attempt has been made couples are required to obtain a certificate 60I. Only registered Family Dispute Resolution Practitioners can issue a Section 60I certificate.

There are several types of scenarios where section 60I certificates may be issued, these are:

  • you did not attend because the other party refused or failed to attend;
  • you did not attend because the practitioner (mediator) considered that your circumstances were not appropriate for Family Dispute Resolution;
  • you did not attend and the parties did not make a genuine effort to resolve the issues; or
  • you did attend and the other party (or you) did not make a genuine effort to resolve issues.
It may also be that the practitioner considered that it would not be appropriate to continue. The Court requires that a copy of the Section 60I certificate be filed with the Court Application.

Contact SETL™ - Nationwide online mediation

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