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Building Dispute Mediation

Building Dispute Mediation

We appreciate that building disputes can become expensive and lengthy.

There are a number of alternative dispute resolution options that can be considered, for example the parties can proceed to a round table discussion or alternatively building dispute mediation.

Mediation can drastically reduce the costs involved for all parties and the parties will be able to consider options that may not have been available if they proceeded to litigation. The parties can request that their appointed Surveyor attends the mediation. All discussions during mediation are confidential.

How does the Court decide who gets what in a Divorce?

Danielle Dyer
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There is no strict formula for dividing assets in divorce, with the court having a duty to consider all the circumstances of the particular case. The court’s first and paramount consideration will be the welfare of any children of the family under the...

Divorce: Who Gets Custody of the Family Pet?

Danielle Dyer
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Divorce, by its very nature is a highly emotive and difficult time for couples which involves, for many, deciding upon arrangements for their children and how their assets are to be divided. But what should happen to the family pet upon divorce. This has...