Family Dispute Resolution Resources

Parenting and General Resources

Did you know that exposure to high levels of stress harms your child’s development. It causes them to become reactive and increases their chance of developing a personality disorder or mental health issue.

The good news is that resolving family conflict and creating safe and loving home environments provides them the best chance to grow to their full potential.

Putting aside your personal feelings and learning to work together with your ex is the single most valuable gift you can give your child. 

Post Separation Parenting Guide

This guide contains information about Family Dispute Resolution, Post Separation Parenting and more. 

Family Dispute Resolution Guide

This guide contains information about Family Dispute Resolution processes to help to resolve Parenting and / or Property issues following separation. 

Interact Client File

Client File Template

This document is the client file we use to collect the basic information about you, the other person, your children (if any) your finances (if you want help with a property settlement) any history of family violence and other detials such as your relationship history. 

Agreement to Mediate

Standard Agreement to Mediate

This document explains the process and is used to ensure that everyone participating has agreed.  Standard Mediation with Interact Support is via video meeting or phone we refer to independent FDR practitioners on our panel where clients want face to face services if available.  

Agreement to Mediate

High Conflict Agreement to Mediate

This document explains the process and is used to ensure that everyone participating has agreed.  High Conflict FDR is when there is a family violence order in place or concerns about the past behavour of one or both of the participants. 

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