Agreement to mediate on a family matter (FL012)

Under the Mediation Act 2017 the parties to a dispute, including family-related matters, may engage in mediation as a means of attempting to resolve the dispute. Participation in mediation is voluntary at all times. The fact that proceedings may have been issued in relation to a dispute does not prevent the parties engaging in mediation at any time prior to the resolution of the dispute. Prior to the commencement of the mediation, the parties and the proposed mediator prepare and sign a document (referred to as an 'agreement to mediate') appointing the mediator and containing specific information such as how the process is to be conducted, terminated and paid for amongst a range of other matters.

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