Your guides to resolution
Mediation is a process in which disputing parties agree to appoint a neutral third party to assist them in attempting to reach a voluntary settlement. Once you and your spouse or partner decide to separate and/or divorce, you may decide to mediate the issues stemming from the breakdown of your relationship.
Whether the dispute is with a valuable client or an important supplier, mediation focuses on resolving the matter in a way that keeps relationships intact.
Mediation is especially appropriate for condominium disputes as common interests can be uncovered and relationships can be preserved.
Relationships are an essential factor in condominium disputes as the parties will usually continue to be in close proximity with each other.
A mediation session brings the complainant and the employer together with a neutral third party, called a mediator. The mediator provides a positive, controlled environment and helps both parties see opportunities for understanding, problem solving and resolution.
Workplace Mediation is a confidential, informal and voluntary process whereby an impartial Mediator facilitates communication between those in dispute to assist them in developing mutually acceptable agreements to improve their future working relationship.
Child protection mediation: Mediation is when Child Services and the parents meet with a neutral person, called a mediator. The mediator helps them talk about the concerns Child Services has for the child and reach an agreement about plans for the child.
The mediator will encourage communication between family members, promote understanding, and attempt to identify possible areas of compromise by bringing attention to common areas of interest. Ultimately, the mediator will help the family find a mutually beneficial solution to their dispute and conclude by assisting them document these terms in a written agreement.
Partnership Mediation is a process that discovers the issues, guides those issues to resolution, and helps the partners focus on the business rather than emotions. Partnership Mediation has a lot of benefits.
Unlike the western-based dispute resolution system that bases its judgment on the evidence adduced, aboriginal ADR seeks to restore collective harmony between both parties in a case. Regardless of their differences, significant value rests in resolving disputes with an indigenous approach that would best suit both parties involved, to ensure that they are both satisfied with the outcome of the judgment.
All Required Documentation for needed and Notarized.
A notarized document to start the proceedings for Separation.
The Base price will start at $400, however if there is more discussion needed or the couple can not agree on the terms of the agreement additional charges may apply.
Includes all the paperwork to apply for the Uncontested Divorce and includes the court costs of $390.
Preparation of Documents for service to the other individual and submit to the court.
There will be several times in your Separation and Divorce that it may be necessary to go through Mediation. Most clients meet 2-3 times for 2 hours to complete the mediation for a Separation and Divorce, this may depend on the parties involved and the individual needs to complete the mediation process.
We can complete and notarize any of the following Documents.
Some pricing may be different depending on the situation.