Mediation: untangling conflicts

Mediation gives you the opportunity to settle your separation amicably.

A mediator is a neutral person who can help you find satisfactory solutions to your separation.

You can have free hours with an accredited mediator.

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Do you need information about the benefits of mediation or how it works? 

Would you like assistance or guidance, or do you need help to prepare yourself before using mediation?

Contact les centres de justice de proximité at 1 844-522-6900.

Pre-mediation and many other services are offered to you free of charge, whether you have dependent children or not.

Couples without common dependent children

How do you, for example, divide property in a separation?

All while continuing to respect each other...

If you have no common dependent children, you can have up to 3 free hours with an accredited mediator.

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Couples with dependent children

How do you deal with custody or support issues?

There is a lot to untangle in order to protect the interests of children in a separation.

If you have common dependent children, you can have up to 5 free hours with an accredited mediator.

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Mediation, a way toward amicable settlement

Mediation is also useful for settlement of small claims, to maintain good neighbourhood relations or to resolve a consumer dispute.

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