When people are in conflict, the issues do not always fit neatly into legal areas of practice. Mediate3’s breadth of experience means the mediator can work through all aspects of a dispute: family and property, commercial, rural, succession and estate disputes, elder law, and intergenerational disputes.
Between them, Mediate3’s principals combine over 55 years of dispute resolution practice with decades of experience in the law, education and healthcare across Australia and the UK.
Bringing the unique perspectives and insights that come from professional and life experience, Mediate3 will guide clients to resolution of even the most complex disputes. Together they bring:
It may be easier for parties to trust in the mediation, when they can be assured the person mediating their dispute has seen it all before.
Marie was admitted to the Bar in 1988 and is an accredited mediator. She has a background in education and practices across all aspects of family law, family provision claims, succession and will disputes, equity, intergenerational conflict in rural areas and elder law. Marie is accredited as a mediator and arbitrator for financial disputes under the Family Law Act.
Heather was admitted to the NSW Bar in 2009. She holds qualifications in economics, law and international arbitration. Her practice covers a range of family law, family provision and care & protection matters, with a particular focus on complex parenting and financial cases. She is nationally accredited as a mediator and arbitrator for financial disputes under the Family Law Act.
Julie was admitted to the NSW Bar in 2014 and qualified as a mediator in 2021. Before being admitted as a solicitor, Julie was a registered nurse.
Julie’s practice continues to cover country NSW as well as Sydney. She is briefed in a broad range of legal issues, including family law, parenting and property matters.
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