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Caron George

Caron George

Caron George, Mediation & Dispute Resolution
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Nigel Macleod

Nigel Macleod

AGB Lawyers Professional Corp
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Katherine Lee Shadbolt

Katherine Lee Shadbolt

Perley-Robertson, Hill & McDougall LLP
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Andrea Camacho

Andrea Camacho

Warren Camacho LLP
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Chantel E. Oshowy-Carvallo

Chantel E. Oshowy-Carvallo

Sicotte Guilbault Professional Corporation
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John E. Summers

John E. Summers

Bell Baker LLP
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Bruce Stedman

Bruce Stedman

Law Office of Bruce Stedman
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Mary Jane Binks

Mary Jane Binks

Augustine Bater Binks LLP
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Gregory A. Ste. Marie
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Stephanie R. White
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Judy Antymniuk

Judy Antymniuk

MacKinnon & Phillips
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Edith Marie Holly

Edith Marie Holly

Edith M. Holly, Barrister & Solicitor
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Carol Bartels

Carol Bartels

Independant Practice
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James Jeffcott

James Jeffcott

Low Murchison Radnoff LLP
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Marta Siemiarczuk
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Antoine Merizzi

Antoine Merizzi

McGuinty Law Offices Professional Corporation
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Philip W. Augustine

Philip W. Augustine

Augustine Bater Binks LLP
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Cheryl Hess

Cheryl Hess

Bell Baker LLP
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Ron Paritzky

Ron Paritzky

MacKinnon & Phillips
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Gil Rumstein

Gil Rumstein

Gil D. Rumstein Professional Corporation
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Joseph Patrick Hamon
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Kathryn d’Artois

Kathryn d’Artois

d'Artois Mediation Inc.
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E. Jane Murray

E. Jane Murray

Mann Lawyers LLP
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Alison Campbell
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Barbara Susan Cohen
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Michèle D. Blais

Michèle D. Blais

Victor Vallance Blais, LLP
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Jonathan Richardson

Jonathan Richardson

Augustine Bater Binks LLP
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Christopher Arnold

Christopher Arnold

Christopher Arnold, Barrister & Solicitor
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Gordon Sheiner

Gordon Sheiner

MacKinnon & Phillips
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Cecil Lyon

Cecil Lyon

Lyon Family Law
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Christopher Deeble
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Karla Policelli
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Susan E.  Galarneau

Susan E. Galarneau

Galarneau & Associates Professional Corporation
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Gerald Yemensky
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Pamela Barron

Pamela Barron

P. Barron Family Law
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Julie I. Guindon

Julie I. Guindon

Julie I. Guindon Professional Corporation
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Expertise & Virtual Services

With Arbitration the parties hire a private individual to decide their case.

Family Mediation involves you and your partner choosing one neutral professional to assist you in resolving your family law issues.

Domestic Violence, also referred to as “Family Violence” or “Intimate Partner Violence” refers to emotional, physical, sexual and / or financial abuse by one person against their current or former partner.

Parenting co-ordination is a private family dispute resolution process.

A Private Settlement Conference is much like a settlement conference in court; however, it is conducted by a senior lawyer with at least 10 years of experience in practice.

A Case Conference is required in every family law court proceeding that is defended.

The neutral third party is experienced in the substantive area of the dispute.

Collaborative Family Law is a process wherein each party hires a specially trained lawyer to assist with negotiations in a respectful non-confrontational manner.

A mediation-arbitration approach called med-arb combines the benefits of both processes.

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