Comprehensive Family Mediation services to meet your unique needs.

Family mediation services to help families resolve disputes and reach mutually acceptable agreements. Our goal is to help you find a peaceful and collaborative solution that works for everyone involved. We facilitate constructive conversations and provide a safe and supportive environment for all parties involved.

Please contact us or visit one of our offices in Toronto, Danforth, North York, Durham, or Chatham-Kent. Our dedicated team is ready to assist you with all your family mediation needs.

Family Mediation Services

  • Separation & Divorce
  • Parenting
  • Family Business

Family Mediation Services

Separation & Divorce

In the area of Separation & Divorce, our family mediation services provide a constructive and neutral environment for couples to negotiate the terms of their separation or divorce. Our mediators facilitate discussions on sensitive issues such as asset division, spousal support, and other relevant matters. We strive to help couples reach amicable agreements that respect the interests of both parties, while minimizing emotional distress and conflict.

Parenting

Our mediation services for Parenting focus on resolving disputes related to child custody, visitation rights, and parenting plans. We provide a platform for parents to discuss and negotiate the best interests of their children in a collaborative and non-confrontational setting. Our goal is to help parents develop a mutually agreeable plan that prioritizes the well-being of their children and maintains a positive co-parenting relationship.

Family Business

In Family Business mediation, we address conflicts and disputes that arise within family-owned businesses. Our mediators work with family members to navigate complex issues such as succession planning, roles and responsibilities, and financial management. We aim to facilitate constructive dialogue, helping family members find common ground and reach agreements that support the health and longevity of the business.

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Family Mediation

Start your journey to resolution with Family Mediation.

Embark on a path towards peaceful resolution with our expert family mediation services. We’re here to guide you through each step, ensuring a collaborative and empathetic process that respects the needs of every family member. Let us help you transform conflict into cooperation and set the foundation for a harmonious future. Reach out today to begin the journey to mutual understanding and lasting agreements.

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Frequently asked questions.

What is family mediation?

Family mediation is a process where a neutral third-party mediator helps family members resolve conflicts and make decisions together. Mediation is a voluntary process and is often used in situations where families are struggling to make important decisions, such as custody arrangements, support payments, and property division. It is a form of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) and can be binding and final, or not.

How does family mediation differ from going to court?

Family mediation is typically less formal, less adversarial, and less expensive than court proceedings. It focuses on cooperation and finding a solution that works for all parties, rather than having a judge make a decision. Mediation also tends to be quicker than court processes and allows for more flexible and creative solutions.

Is the outcome of family mediation legally binding?

The agreements reached in family mediation can be made legally binding if both parties agree. Typically, the mediator will draft a summary of the agreement, which can then be converted into a ‘consent order’ by a lawyer and approved by a court, making it as legally binding as a court order.

Can I still go to court if mediation doesn’t work?

Yes, if mediation does not result in a resolution, you retain the right to take your dispute to court. Mediation does not exclude the possibility of legal proceedings; it’s often a step taken before resorting to litigation.

Do I need a lawyer during family mediation?

While it’s not mandatory to have a lawyer during the mediation process, it’s often beneficial. Lawyers can provide legal advice and help ensure that any agreement is fair and in your best interests. They can also assist in turning mediation agreements into legally binding documents.

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