Conflict is mentally exhausting. It consumes your everyday thoughts and is challenging for many. Take time to relieve some of the anxiety that you may be experiencing and come to mediation relaxed and with a clear mind. If you’re struggling to cope, we can provide referrals for support if you’re unsure where to turn.
Once you’re in mediation, it is normal to feel nervous about how the session will pan out. If you feel overwhelmed, you can always ask the mediator for a break or speak to the mediator privately.
And finally, it’s important to remember that your parenting arrangements should be child-focused and not self-focused. It’s not about what is “fair” for each of you. So be willing to compromise, come with an open mind and let the magic of mediation begin!
At Arora Legal, we offer a range of fixed-fee legal & mediation services to help parents reach parenting agreements – without going to court. To find out more, BOOK or call 07 3180 0129 for your free 15-minute consultation with an Accredited Mediator and Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner.
This publication is for information only and is not legal advice. You should obtain advice that is specific to your circumstances and not rely on this publication. If there are any issues you would like us to advise you on arising from this publication, please contact Arora Legal Family Lawyers & Mediators.