18 August 2021 | COVID Update


In line with Ministry of Health guidance, our staff are currently working remotely. They remain available to assist and it is business as usual. However, we ask that wherever possible you contact us online or by email to casemanager@fdrc.co.nz

If you need to courier documents, please contact our case management staff in the first instance to confirm the appropriate delivery details.

For updated guidance from the Ministry of Justice on shared care of children during COVID-19 alert levels please click here

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Sue Hurst

FDR Mediation | Preparation for Mediation

Sue works as a mediator and conflict coach. Prior to that her work was in education, as a teacher and manager of a kindergarten and school. Currently she is facilitating Parenting Through Separation courses. Her interest is in helping parents to work together to find the best solution for their own particular situation – engaging them particularly with the interests and needs of the children involved. Her background in early childhood and school teaching and management gives her a wealth of knowledge about child development and how this impacts on the arrangements that are made for children post-separation.

BA | DipEd(Teaching) | DipTESL | GradDipBusStuds (Dispute Resolution)
Languages: English
Areas of Expertise:
  • Domestic Violence
  • Loss and Anger
  • Multi-Generational Issues
  • Parenting/Care and Contact Issues
  • Separation