Our Family Law Arbitrators

Our Arbitrators know family law just as well as any judge or judicial officer. They are all accredited by AIFLAM and on the list of Arbitrators available for Family Law Arbitration’s. They have practised family law and some are also accredited specialists in family law. SHAW Family Law Arbitrators comply with ongoing professional development and are committed to the application of the Family Law Act and Regulations with intellectual rigour. This means that SHAW Arbitrators will make an informed and legally binding decision where it is impossible for a decision to otherwise be reached. Our Arbitrators are kind, patient and about finding a solution for your family to move forward and the best outcome for the children at the time. We take time to understand your concerns and hear your perspective. We remain independent throughout and do everything to make sure you feel safe and supported at all times.

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        ‘I chose mediation because I thought that it could be a much more friendly and amicable way to resolve our issues. The expense and time delays relating to court and the effect on the children were things that I did not want. I did a lot of research online and chose SHAW Mediation, in particular FDR Mediator Alison Shaw because of her good reputation and background as a Family Law Lawyer, to me it just made sense to have a mediator that knew family law also. The set fees associated with the mediation was something I needed.

        Alison is clearly and simply good at what she does. The process can be extremely overwhelming, Alison and her team walked me through from first contact, to the end of the mediation. Alison managed it beautifully and she’s definitely in the right job.  I would 110% recommend SHAW Mediation Australia, so much so, that I would like to work with one of you in the future!’

        Suzi C

        Family Parenting Plan and Property Settlement