Tips to Reduce Court Fees With Mediation

A man and woman meet with an attorney from Brisbane Family Lawyers to discuss how they can reduce court fees with mediation

Mediation can be defined as a structural process in which you are assisted by a third person under circumstances when you are not able to reach a mutually acceptable agreement. It can also be termed as a vulnerable process.

Good way to discuss or isolate an issue of dispute

Family Lawyers mainly specialize in the area of Mediation that is a good way solve disputes related any nature with mutual consent. These legal professionals always focus on helping you reach mutually acceptable solutions that assist in maintaining or at least preventing any further to damage to the relation of the parties involved in this any kind dispute.

Help explore alternative ways of dispute resolution:-

These lawyers are more than happy to help you explore workable dispute resolution options which are much more cost effective as compared to filing litigation in a legal court. In simple words, they try to solve the dispute you and your partner outside the court order to reach a mutually acceptable solution in a fast and effective manner.

Prevent excavation of disputes:-

These legal professionals suggest you the best way to prevent too much excavation of the disputes in which you are involved. They focus on your special interests and try to involve both you and the other party throughout the entire process.

Assure flexible outcome:-

These legal experts can serve you with flexible legal outcomes that perfectly suit your specific circumstances. They try their best to preserve or at least prevent any further misunderstanding between you and your partner.

Identify the issues you are facing:-

These Brisbane Family Lawyers are mainly reputed for helping you solve the problem you are through the mode of mutual communication. During the very first session, they try to understand the issues that you are facing and then you provide you an expert advice that best suits your case.

Make you aware of the process involved in the process:-

These legal experts also make you aware of the total cost incurred in the legal process. Moreover, these experts can also suggest you ways to sort your dispute at the earliest in a cost effective manner.

Create favorable conditions for mitigation:-

Being a voluntary process mitigation works only if both the parties are agreeable to a certain set of conditions. These lawyers talk to both the parties to ensure that they are agreeable to the set conditions.

Prepare the conditions:-

Both you and the other party must have a short briefing statement for the legal expert handling your dispute. It is always better you to supply the copies of key documents along with the statement, including a relevant contract. It is better for you to make the other party agree on the conditions included in the key document to avoid any confusion matter on. You must submit all the documents related to the case to your lawyer at least a week before filing litigation in a legal court so that he gets enough time to sort out the matter in your favor.  Not only this, if possible then you must send the copy of all the documents the other party so that there is no confusion later on.

You can also prepare a confidential briefing statement that is to be supplied only to the mediator.


Macdonells Law is one of the longest established Brisbane Family lawyer firms in Australia.  This business has a long record of providing legal services to both state wide legal services to government, commercial as well as insurance firms.

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