Family Mediation

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Welcome to Family Mediation Mississauga. We are a full-service mediation firm that specializes in helping families resolve disputes. We offer a wide range of mediation services, including child custody and visitation, child support, spousal support, estate and inheritance, property division, and more. We are committed to helping our clients reach agreements that are fair and equitable for all parties involved. We believe that mediation is a powerful tool that can help families avoid the costly and stressful process of going to court.

What is Family Mediation?

Family mediation is a process where an impartial third party facilitates communication and negotiation between family members to help resolve disagreements. The mediator does not make decisions for the parties or give legal advice, but rather helps them identify common ground and reach their own mutually-agreeable solutions. Mediation can be used to address a wide variety of family law issues, including child custody and visitation, child support, spousal support, property division, and more. It is often faster and less expensive than going to court, and it can be less stressful for all involved.

What Are the Benefits of Family Mediation?

There are many benefits to family mediation, both for the individuals involved and for the family as a whole. Mediation can help improve communication and conflict resolution skills, which can make day-to-day life easier for everyone involved. It can also help reduce stress and anxiety, and improve relationships overall. In addition, mediation is often much faster and less expensive than going to court. And because the parties are able to reach their own agreement, they are more likely to be satisfied with the outcome.

What Happens During Family Mediation?

The first step in family mediation is to schedule an initial consultation with a mediator. During this consultation, the mediator will explain the process and answer any questions you may have. The mediator will also assess whether mediation is right for your particular situation. If you decide to move forward with mediation, the next step is to schedule a series of sessions with the mediator. These sessions will take place over the course of several weeks or months, depending on the complexity of your situation. During each session, you and the other party will meet with the mediator separately to discuss your concerns and work toward a resolution. The mediator will help facilitate communication and keep everyone on track, but ultimately it is up to you and the other party to reach an agreement. When you have reached an agreement that both parties are happy with, the mediator will prepare a written agreement that can be filed with the court (if necessary).

How Much Does Family Mediation Cost?

The cost of family mediation varies depending on a number of factors, including the length of time required to reach a resolution, the number of sessions needed, and whether or not legal representation is used. In general, though,mediation is much less expensive than going to court. You may also be able to save money on things like childcare or lost work time if you are able to resolve your disagreement without going to court.

What if We Can't Agree on Anything?

If you and the other party are having difficulty reaching an agreement, the mediator may suggest that you each meet with a separate attorney to get advice on your legal rights and options. You can continue to meditate as well, but having an attorney’s input can help to move the process along. In some cases, mediation may not be successful in resolving all disagreements. If this happens, you will likely have to go to court to have a judge make decisions about your case.

How Do I Choose a Family Mediator?

There are many things to consider when choosing a family mediator. First, you should make sure that the mediator is experienced and has been trained in mediation. Second, you should feel comfortable communicating with the mediator and believe that he or she will be impartial. 

What Should I Bring to Family Mediation?

You should bring any relevant paperwork with you to family mediation, including any court documents, financial records, and custody agreements or orders. You should also come prepared to discuss your concerns and objectives for mediation. It can be helpful to write down what you want to achieve ahead of time so that you can make sure you stay focused during the sessions.

What Happens After Family Mediation?

Once you have reached an agreement through family mediation, the mediator will prepare a written agreement for both parties to sign. This agreement is typically filed with the court (if necessary) and then becomes legally binding. Once the agreement is signed, both parties are expected to uphold their obligations under the terms of the agreement. If one party violates the terms of the agreement, the other party may take legal action to enforce it.

Our Commitment To Quality

At, we take our commitment to quality seriously. We strive to deliver the best possible solutions and advice based on a thorough understanding of the family’s unique needs and circumstances. Our experienced professionals are here to provide you with all the information, resources and support you need at every step of the process. We understand that reaching an agreement is only successful if all parties involved feel respected, heard and that their interests have been fully considered. This is why we approach each case with an open mind and strive to ensure equitable outcomes for everyone involved. If you would like to learn more about our services or speak to one of our professionals about how we can help your family reach a resolution, please contact us today!

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