Divorce Without War

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Learn about the team at Divorce Without War and how we do things differently.

Rebecca Barron

Nationally Accredited Mediator | Family Law Accredited Specialist (QLS)

Rebecca has been practicing in the area of family law for over 15 years.  

In her role as a lawyer, she often assists families that are in the Court system and sees the difficulties that arise in that system.  

Rebecca’s hope is that families are able to access the affordable and flexible mediation process through Divorce Without War and, if possible, avoid the Court system.  

Rebecca has 2 small children at home and  runs a busy household, so she understands the need for flexibility around timing of mediations – wherever possible we try to work around your work and child care commitments (because we understand that life still has to go on even though you’ve separated).



Frequently asked questions

Mediation is a confidential, “without prejudice” process designed to assist people resolve their disputes.  “Without Prejudice” simply means that any information or negotiations done within the mediation process is protected – it cannot be used in Court proceedings in the future.  

By allowing compromise in a protected environment, a mediation can open up many opportunities for creative settlement solutions.

Absolutely – we assist many people resolve their family law property dispute; spousal maintenance issues; or child support issues.

We can mediate parenting matters, and Rebecca has been recognised as a leading lawyer in the area of parenting matters for a number of years in the Doyles’ Guide.  

Rebecca has also been recognised as a leading mediatior in regional Queensland by the Doyles' Guide for 2023.

Currently we are unable to issue section 60I certificates, however we will be offering those services from the end of August 2023 - Rebecca will be completing her FDRP accreditation in July and August 2023.

YES! We welcome the assistance and input from your lawyer.  But we don't need a lawyer to come to mediation - if you would prefer not to have a lawyer involved, that's absolutely ok.  Sometimes it's simply not financially viable to pay for a lawyer to prepare for and attend a mediation.

We are always open to input from your accountant in relation to property matters, or from your psychologist or other treating professional in relation to parenting or other family law matters.