Will Collaborative Law/Mediation work for you?
Take our questionnaire to find out:-
|Strongly Disagree (1)||Disagree (2)||Neutral (3)||Agree (4)||Strongly Agree (5)|
|My ability to achieve a successful outcome in my separation primarily will depend on the decisions I make during the process|
|In order to achieve my most important goals, I am willing to let go of some smaller short-term issues, even though it may be very hard to do so.|
|I am capable of making the emotional commitment necessary to achieve the best possible outcome.|
|I am not afraid of or intimidated by my spouse/partner|
|I am willing to try to see things from my spouse’s/partner’s point of view in order to help achieve the best possible outcome.|
|I believe it is possible for my spouse/partner and me to restore enough trust in each other to achieve a successful outcome.|
|I am willing to commit myself fully to resolving the issues by working toward common interests rather than simply arguing in favor of my positions.|
|It is important to me that my spouse/partner and I maintain a respectful and effective relationship after our relationship has ended.|
|I have accepted the fact that this divorce/separation is going to happen.|
|I believe that it is very important that our children maintain a strong, healthy relationship with both parents.|
If your score is 20 or above then Collaborative Law and Mediation might be the best path for your separation or divorce. However, if your total score is below 20 then it may be worth exploring other processes to resolve your family law issues. Please call our Melbourne Office on 9620 0088 to discuss your family law matter.