Mediation/Arbitration

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

The parties first attempt to reach an agreement with the help of a mediator.

If the mediation ends in impasse, or if issues remain unresolved, the parties can then move on to arbitration.

The mediator can assume the role of arbitrator (if qualified) and render a binding decision quickly, or an arbitrator can take over the case after consulting with the mediator.

Lawyers who provide Mediation-Arbitration services

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Julie I. Guindon

Julie I. Guindon

Firm: Julie I. Guindon Professional Corporation

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Gregory A. Ste. Marie

Gregory A. Ste. Marie

Firm: Mann Lawyers LLP

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E. Jane Murray

E. Jane Murray

Firm: Mann Lawyers LLP

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Caron George

Caron George

Firm: Caron George, Mediation & Dispute Resolution

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Chantel E. Oshowy-Carvallo

Firm: Sicotte Guilbault Professional Corporation

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Barbara Susan Cohen

Firm: Cohen Family Law

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Ottawa Family Lawyer Gerald Yamensky

Gerald Yemensky

Firm: CCY Family Law

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Carol Bartels

Carol Bartels

Firm: Independant Practice

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Image of Family Law Lawyer Marta Siemiarczuk

Marta Siemiarczuk

Firm: Nelligan Law

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Cecil Lyon

Cecil Lyon

Firm: Lyon Family Law

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Alison Campbell

Alison Campbell

Firm: CCY Family Law

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Katherine Lee Shadbolt

Katherine Lee Shadbolt

Firm: Perley-Robertson, Hill & McDougall LLP

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