Mediation is a safe, voluntary process facilitated by a professional, neutral and impartial mediator who allows each party to respectfully contribute to resolve family separation issues, by reducing conflict and improving communication. Our mediators have been approved by The Ministry of the Attorney General to provide mediation services in your community. They are trained to help you find solutions that are right for you and your family. Meditation services are available in-person and remote via technology for all locations.
Information and Referral Coordinator (IRC) can be found in the Family Law Information Centre (FLIC) located in each Court every week on a by-location basis, usually on Family Court Days. The IRC has community information both on-site and direction to existing services available in your community to help you and your family deal with separation and parenting.
Mandatory Information Program (MIP) is available to people involved with the Family Court and people may will be required to attend a Mandatory Information Program. This Program will provide you with information about separation and the legal system.
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