Bradford Ontario family mediation service provider.
Separation and divorce can have a devastating emotional and financial impact on families and for most families, it takes years to finalize their divorce through the Ontario family court system—which only prolongs the trauma. We offer family mediation Services in Bradford Ontario.
South Simcoe Family Mediation offers couples in Bradford Ontario a cost-effective and less adversarial alternative to litigation. We act as a neutral 3rd party to facilitate discussions around parenting plans, child support, division of assets, and more. Our goal is a separation agreement that works for everyone.
Avoid expensive legal fees
Prevent a messy divorce
Work together, apart
Online mediation sessions reduce stress
Begin your new journey, faster
Our objective approach is focused on resolution
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How Online Divorce Mediation Works
In a free 20-minute exploratory session, you can tell your story and we explain the mediation process so you can make an informed decision.
The consultation. With a signed agreement we can move forward with mediation. We meet with each party individually to understand to hear their concerns.
Mediation. We review key documentation and then meet online regularly to negotiate child custody, financial support, division of assets, etc.
Independent Legal Advice (ILA). Once a final agreement is agreed to using the mediation process, each party reviews the mediated agreement with your legal counsel. Once both parties have received ILA, your mediated agreement will then be made into a legally binding separation agreement.
Separation. After your ILA sessions and a final separation agreement has been reached, the final step is to sign the agreement with our notary and your independent witnesses. You can then use this agreement to apply for your divorce (if applicable).
The information contained on this website is not meant to replace legal advice. We strongly recommend each partner seek the legal advice of an attorney in Ontario before signing a mediation agreement.