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On-site family mediation
Whether you are in court for first appearance, a conference, motion or trial, free on-site mediation is available for all appropriate cases. You can ask for this service each time you come to court.
Whether you have a court file or not, subsidized mediation is available to resolve child, support or property issues. Our government-regulated rates are based on your income. Click here for the fee schedule.
Information & Referral
Our knowledgeable Information & Referral Coordinators are available in the Toronto family courts or by phone for a private consultation. We also provide free information sessions about separation and divorce.
We’ve had a very difficult, protracted time working out issues— more than 4 years. The mediator was particularly skilled at helping high conflict cases. She’s helped us right our situation.
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Family Law Information Centres (FLIC)
You can learn much more about available services, mediation, court process, separation, divorce and the law by visiting us at one of our Family Law Information Centres (FLIC).