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Private Mediation Service - Danny Jovica 

Nationally Accredited Mediator

I am a qualified mediator under the National Mediator Accreditation System (NMAS), registered with the Australian Mediator Standards Board (MSB), who are the regulator of the Mediation profession in Australia and hold their members to stringent codes of conduct.

My training has been through the Australian Mediation Association (AMA), a recognised mediator accreditation body (RMAB) who have certified that I am qualified to the highest Australian standards in Mediation, I am also completing my fourth year of a bachelor of laws at Deakin University.

I am also the Chairman of the Australian Paralegal Foundation, a registered Charity with the ACNC (Australian Charities and Not for Profits Commission) with over 3500 members, we provide legal information to Australians to help improve their understanding of the law and their legal rights and responsibilities.

I offer online mediation facilities that are user friendly even for those who are not tech-savvy, where a simple link is provided to the parties and they can click “join” to enter a secure mediation conference system.

As a facilitative mediator my knowledge and experience should reflect to the parties an unbiased, neutral third party who is educated, knowledgeable in field of the dispute, from both experience and understanding of the law, therefore as a person, they can have confidence in my absolute impartiality in the process and my ability to mediate the subject matter disputed.

 


Regards,

Danny Jovica
The Mediator
Ph: (03) 9005 7686
Mobile : 0451 774 766
Email : danny@mediator.life
Website : adronline.com.au      

 

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Initial Consultation

Contact me for a free initial consultation to see if Mediation is right for your situation.  Any legal dispute can be mediated and often it is a requirment before you can go to Court.  

So if you are faced with a legal matter, you can regain some control of the situation by initiating mediation with the other party either directly or through their lawyers.  Mediation also allows you to make contact with the other party to commence negotiations without breaching Court orders, the key is to start early.  

Contact details

Danny Jovica

Ph: (03) 9005 7686
Mobile : 0451 774 766
Email : danny@mediator.life
Website : adronline.com.au     

 

Dispute Resolution Pre-Mediation Session

Dispute Resolution Pre-Mediation includes initial intake contact with you via phone, email and/or video meeting if necessary
This service involves a pre-mediation intake session with an accredited national mediator that covers:

  • Entering the Dispute 
    • Here you find out about your mediators credentials and qualifications to help with your dispute and get to know your mediator as it is important you feel comfortable with your mediator.  The mediator will also explain their role in the process, the stages of mediation and aspects of the negotiation process along with estimates of costs associated with Mediation.
    • It is important to understand that a mediators role is impartial, the mediator is not an advocate for either party.
    • You will have the opportunity to explain the background of your case to the mediator and what your position is to any disputed areas that require mediation.
  • Contacting the other side
    • Your mediator will contact the other party to the dispute and also hear them out what their version of the story is and what their position is on any disputed areas that require mediation.
    • You can expect your mediator to be diplomatic and tactful when contacting the other side and will not disclose what they have discussed with you nor what your position is unless that is something you want the mediator to do for you.
  • Intake Screening and Streaming
    • The mediator will take into consideration things like power imbalances, the psychological state of the parties and attitudes towards mediation, the prospect of success of mediation and the nature of the communications the mediator has had with the parties.
    • Intake includes not only screening for suitability but for streaming, which involves the reference of disputes to appropriate dispute resolution mechanisms, such as conflict  coaching, conciliation and litigation as well as bringing in third party experts into the mediation collaboratively such as child psychologists, forensic psychologists, support and counselling experts such as experts in Domestic and Family Violence to assist with high conflict cases.

 

 

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