Resolution Matters

Resolution Matters

Legal

14/309 Kent Street, Sydney, NSW 2000

ABN 12157955970
EST 2019

About

We are a team of Nationally Accredited Mediators under the National Mediator Accreditation System (NMAS).

We offer a range of conflict resolution services (workplace, business, commercial, health care, personal and general disputes) and conflict prevention training (how to deal with difficult people, how to start and manage difficult conversations, how to be a better negotiator and basic conflict management skills).

Amelia Priest is a Principal, Mediator and Conflict Resolution Practitioner and her area of expertise is business and commercial disputes.

She has over twenty years of business experience across start-ups, FMCG, distribution, online retail, import/export, franchising and manufacturing.

Her passion is to assist people in resolving disputes and finding solutions to move forward.

Amelia holds a Bachelor of Education, Master of Business Administration and she is pursuing a Master of Laws in Dispute Resolution.

Industry Specialty

  • Litigation and Dispute Resolution

Solutions

Mediation
Mediation and Dispute Resolution

Mediation  

Mediation a type of an Alternative Dispute Resolution. Mediation is voluntary, confidential, and non-binding process of reaching an agreement conducted a Mediator. It is transparent, it has an end, it’s cost-effective, short, informal, flexible, less stressful than litigation.  

Project cost from $1,650

FAQ

Are there specific areas of your trade or industry that your business specialises in?

Business and commercial disputes

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What is Mediation? Mediation a type of an Alternative Dispute Resolution. Mediation is voluntary, confidential, and non-binding process of reaching an agreement conducted a Mediator. It is transparent, it has an end, it’s cost-effective, short, informal, flexible, less stressful than litigation.

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