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Paul Kenna Law

NMAS Mediator, Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner, Family Group Conference Facilitator, New Ways Coach, Family Lawyer, Family Law Arbitrator.

Overview

 
Paul Kenna Law is an experienced Family Lawyer, Family Law Arbitrator, NMAS Nationally Accredited Mediator, an Accredited Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner, Certified Family Group Conference Facilitator and Certified New Ways for Families, Life, Business, Executive and Divorce Coach.
 
He provides legal  advice and strategy sessions, legal support for mediation and similar strategy sessions.
 
He also leads the technical support team for Mediation Institute and is a co-founder of Interact Support and Spreadable Ideas.

More about Paul Kenna Law

 

In addition to his work as a Family Lawyer and Family Law Arbitrator Paul is the legal supervisor for Interact Support Incorporated and Mediation Institute.

He is dedicated to ensuring access to justice for people experiencing hardship and who would otherwise find it difficult to access fair and equitable services to assist them to resolve disputes without excessive time delays and expenses. 

Paul Kenna Law

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Contact and Location

Phone Number:

0413 825 479
 

Location:

Cranbourne East in South East Melbourne

Service Delivery Areas:

Cranbourne East in South East Melbourne  or remotely via video meeting.

 

Qualifications and Accreditations

  • Family Law Arbitrator pursuant to Regulation 67B of the Family Law Regulations 1984.
  • Registered Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner (Grad. Dip. FDR)
  • NMAS Mediator
  • Accredited New Ways for Family Coach
  • Certified Business and Executive Coach
  • Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma Business Administration
  • Bachelor Economics
  • Bachelor Laws, Accounting and Business Management
  • Cert. IV in Training and Education (TAE)
  • Certified Family  Group Conference Facilitator
  • Certified Collaborative Practice Coach
  • NLP Master Practitioner and Trainer
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