Divorce Mediation &
Separation Agreements

Free 30-minute meeting

Meet our Divorce Mediation Coordinator for a free, 30-minute, joint, on-line information session.


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Save Money

Avoid unnecessary legal fees.

Stay out of court

Avoid a lengthy legal process.

Reduce Stress

Have us guide you step-by-step.

How Does Divorce Mediation Work?

Step 1

Introductory Meeting

A free, 30-minute, joint, online consultation with a professional and experience divorce mediator.

Step 2

Individual Meeting

A 60-minute individual meeting
with your mediator.

Step 3

Joint Mediation Session

Joint meetings to discuss financial, parenting, support and more.

What is divorce Mediation?

The process by which a neutral third party assists couples to reach an agreement on issues relating to their separation including: support payments, the division of property, parenting time and decision making, and any other family-related issues.

For more info click family and divorce mediation services in Ontario.

Don’t get buried in the legal system.

The traditional legal process is adversarial by design. It is based on a win-lose outcome and is extremely stressful.

Through mediation, we will guide you towards an agreement that works for you and your family so you can start moving forward, AND STAY OUT OF COURT.

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