Kathryn was called to the Bar of Ontario in 1988 and is a member of the Law Society of Ontario.
Kathryn is Certified by the Law Society of Ontario as a Specialist in Family Law and is currently the Chair of the Law Society of Ontario’s Certified Specialist Program Board.
Kathryn is a member of Justice Canada’s Advisory Group on PLEI (public legal education and information) and professional training on Bill C-78, which amends the Divorce Act.
Kathryn is an accredited mediator with the Ontario Association for Family Mediation and is also certified as a specialist in mediation, arbitration and parenting co-ordination by the Family Dispute Resolution Institute of Ontario.
Over the past 32 years, Kathryn has worked exclusively in the area of family law, initially, in private practice, representing individual clients in negotiations and court proceedings in the Ontario Court of Justice, the Superior Court of Justice- Family Branch and the Ontario Court of Appeal.
Since 2006, Kathryn has dedicated her practice exclusively to alternate dispute resolution. She firmly believes in the value of negotiated settlements over the emotional and financial cost and risk associated with courts deciding outcomes for separated families. She currently offers the following services to clients who are either in the process of separating or who have already separated:
- Client-Based Mediation
- Lawyer-Assisted Mediation
- Secondary Arbitration & Family Arbitration
- Parenting Co-Ordination
- High Conflict Parenting Coaching
- Workshops for Separated or Divorced Parents:
- Coparenting Effectively Post-Separation
- Creating a Parenting Plan for your Children after Separation or Divorce
- Choosing an Appropriate Family Dispute Resolution Process for Resolving Legal Issues after Separation or Divorce
Specification: Kathryn d’Artois
d'Artois Mediation Inc.
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