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Divorce mediation is a voluntary process in which a neutral third party, a mediator, helps couples resolve their divorce-related issues outside of court. The mediator does not make decisions for the couple but helps them communicate effectively and reach an agreement that works for everyone involved.

Why Choose Divorce Mediation?

There are many benefits to choosing divorce mediation, including:

What Issues Can Be Resolved in Mediation?

Mediation can be used to resolve a wide range of divorce-related issues, including:

How Does Divorce Mediation Work in Ontario?

The divorce mediation process in Ontario typically involves the following steps:

1.    Intake meeting: The mediator will meet with each spouse individually to learn about their needs and concerns.

2.    Joint mediation sessions: The spouses and mediator will meet to discuss the issues that must be resolved. The mediator will help the spouses communicate effectively and reach an agreement on each issue.

3.    Mediation agreement: Once the spouses have agreed on all the issues, the mediator will prepare a written mediation agreement. The spouses will then review the agreement with their respective lawyers before signing it.

4.    Filing the mediation agreement with the court: Once itis signed, it can be filed with the court. The court will then issue a divorce decree, finalizing the divorce.

Examples of How Mediation Can Help

Here are a few examples of how mediation can help couples resolve their divorce-related disputes:

How to Get Started with Divorce Mediation in Ontario

If you are interested in getting started with divorce mediation in Ontario, there are a few things you can do:

1.    Talk to your spouse. See if they are interested in mediation. If they are, you can start looking for a mediator together.

2.    Contact a mediator. There are many qualified mediators in Ontario.

3.    Schedule an intake meeting. The mediator will meet with you individually to learn about your needs and concerns.

4.    Start joint mediation sessions. The spouses and mediator will meet to discuss the issues that must be resolved. The mediator will help the spouses communicate effectively and reach an agreement on each issue.

Conclusion

Divorce mediation is a great way to resolve your divorce peacefully and efficiently. Ifyou are considering divorce, I encourage you to consider mediation. It may be the right choice for you and your family.

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