Family Mediation

Family Mediation is a way of helping people resolve issues relating to couples, parenting, separation, and/or divorce. A trained Family Mediator helps people identify issues and work out their own solutions. You can try mediation before you start a court case or at any time during your court case. 


What are the benefits of family mediation?

Is family mediation appropriate for us?

For mediation to work, you must: 

What types of issues can we mediate?

Interpersonal conflicts, parenting, couples issues, separation, divorce, community, sibling issues and almost any conflict that is impacting a relationship.

How long does family mediation take?

Family mediation sessions take place when everyone is available. The length of time will depend on many factors, such as: 

What is the family mediator's role?

the mediator is an independent, neutral facilitator who does not take sides with any of the parties. The mediators role is to assist the parties in their communications with the other parties and help the parties deal with the underlying interests and work towards finding a better and safer way to continue their relationship.

Do we still need lawyers?

The mediator does not take the place of a lawyer.

In cases related to divorce;

Each party is encouraged to get independent legal advice as necessary, before and throughout the mediation process. 
It is very important for you to know about your legal rights and obligations and how the law affects your issues. 
Each party should review the final mediated agreement with his or her lawyer before signing. 
You can start or continue with a court case if you do not reach agreement during mediation. 

How do we choose a family mediator?

Everyone involved in the mediation must agree on who the mediator will be. It is important that you ask questions to ensure that the mediator is right for your situation. You should be aware that mediators are not regulated. Things to consider include: 

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