Online Mediation

Our Online Mediation process ensures you get the most from your mediation, when a face-to-face meeting is not convenient.

Online Mediation can be beneficial and we can facilitate remote meetings using the latest technology to ensure you can communicate from a distance.

 

Key Features of Online Mediation:

  • Convenient
  • Secure
  • Live
  • Innovative
  • Multi-party
  • Document Sharing
  • Case Management

 

Online Mediation is possible in a few simple steps

 

1.     Fill out an online mediation application form to apply for our mediation service

You will be asked to provide a brief description of the issues in dispute and the concerns you would like addressed during mediation.


First Party

 Mr Mrs Miss Ms Other

First :  Last :

Email :

Phone :

Address :

Street Address :

Address Line 2 :

State / Province / Region :

Post Code / ZIP :      Country :  


Second Party

 Mr Mrs Miss Ms Other

First :  Last :

Ex-partner's email address (optional) :
Please enter if known.

Ex-partner's phone number (optional) :

Ex-partner's address (optional) :

Street Address :

Address Line 2 :

City :

State / Province / Region :

Post Code / ZIP :      Country :  

Do You Have Children? Yes No

Children Info

What is your reason for doing mediation?* :

Why have you chosen mediation?:

Please provide a brief description of the issue in dispute and your concerns:

How did you hear about Pam Hatfield Associates? :

Are you aware of the fees charged for mediation at Pam Hatfield Associates?  
 Yes No
(Please check our Fees Page on the website)

I agree to the fees charged for mediation. Yes No

We recommend you read the Terms & Conditions in full before applying for our mediation service. 

I agree to the Terms & Conditions. Yes No

By clicking this box below you are agreeing to participate in an online mediation.

 

 

2.     A Mediator will contact you within 48 hours

A mediator will be in touch with you to discuss your application. You will find out at this stage whether your application is approved and your case is suitable for mediation.

 

If your application is better suited to other forms of dispute resolution, we will provide a referral.

 

3.     Intake Session

An intake session can be booked with a mediator and will provide an opportunity for us to find out more about your situation and answer any questions you have, without the other party’s present.

 

Your mediator will also prepare you for the joint mediation session between you and the other party.

 

During the intake session, your mediator assesses whether mediation is the best option for your situation.

 

The other party will be invited to attend their own private intake session.

 

4.     Schedule Mediation

If mediation is the next step, then a joint session between you and the other party is scheduled.

 

5.     Joint Mediation Session

A joint session will be held via online, video or telephone conference.

 

The mediator and both parties will be part of this session.

 

The process is efficient and last minute appointments are welcome.