A courtroom is not always the best place to resolve a dispute.
You have options and authority to make your own decision.
Esra, as a neutral third party, will meet with you and the other party, to attempt to come to a resolution that is satisfactory to everyone through open hearted, confidential discussions.
The parties must come to an agreement voluntarily in this form of dispute resolution.
Mediation can prevent costly, lengthy court proceedings, and provide an easier way for families to resolve their issues with guidance from a legal professional.
Esra has practiced collaborative family law for many years. She is a member of the Collaborative Family Law Group of Grey Bruce and a firm believer of this practice.
Collaborative Family Law allows you, as separating parties, to work with each other, your respective lawyers and other third-party specialists on a resolution that is agreeable to all parties.
Unlike Mediation, where a neutral third party guides the process towards conflict resolution, here you, as the separating parties, and your lawyers work out the differences amongst yourselves.
Resolutions made by the parties are then incorporated into valid and binding agreement.