Alan Broadbent

Mediator

 

 

Alan Broadbent

Kamo, Whangarei

Alan Broadbent is semi-retired (and a Gold Card holder) but regularly receive instructions from the Family Court in elder law capacity cases. He practised in general practice law from 1978 with a focus on mental health, children’s law and capacity law. Raised and educated in Auckland he has a law degree from Auckland University.

Alan has been a mediator in disputes since 2008. He has a wide variety of mediation experience but particularly in family issues including relationship property, marriage, children, elder persons, and disputes arising out of personal conflict in a church environment.

Alan trained in mediation and negotiation with Auckland and New Zealand Law Societies, Resolve (2004), Accord Group – David Newton (2008) and AMINZ (he has been an Associate member since 2014). Alan has also acted as lawyer for parties in mediation for over twenty years and had regularly participated in family court mediations.

A follower of Jesus Christ since teenage years, he says “I seek to live life ‘walking in the light’”. He and his wife, Heather have one adult son.

Alan is based in Northland.

Alan Broadbent is semi-retired (and gold card holder) but regularly receive instructions from the Family Court in elder law capacity cases.

He and his wife, Heather have one adult son.

A follower of Jesus Christ since teenage years, he says “I seek to live life “walking in the light””.

Raised and educated in Auckland he has a law degree from Auckland University.

General practice law since 1978 with focus on mental health, children’s law and capacity law.

Regular participation in court mediation under Family Proceedings Act.

Mediation and negotiation training with Auckland and New Zealand Law Societies, Resolve (2004), Accord Group- David Newton (2008) and AMINZ (Associate member since 2014).

Lawyer for parties in mediation for over twenty years.

Mediator in disputes since 2008.

Wide variety of mediation experience but focus on family issues including relationship property, marriage, children, elder persons and disputes arising out of personal conflict in church environment.

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