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Mediation Part 1

Marcus Sixta, an accredited Family Law Mediator and the founder of Crossroads Law, discusses Mediation and why Court may not be the best place to resolve a family law dispute

Marcus M. Sixta | Vancouver & Calgary

Mediation rate: $400/hour


Mediation Part 2

Melissa Salfi, an accredited Family Law Mediator at Crossroads Law, defines mediation and what you can expect from the mediation process.

Melissa Salfi | Vancouver

Mediation rate: $350/hour

Mediation Part 3

Mat Wirove , an accredited Family Law Mediator at Crossroads Law, discusses how mediation is cost-effective and less contentious as all parties work together to find a solution.

Mat Wirove | Calgary

Mediation rate: $350/hour

Our Approach to Mediation

Deciding on a pathway for resolving family law disputes is a critical choice, one that demands consideration of multiple factors like efficiency, cost, and emotional toll. At Crossroads Law, our seasoned mediators offer a diverse range of experiences and mediation styles to help you find the most effective resolution for your unique situation. Whether you are looking for a mediator who employs a more directive approach or one who customizes their style to the needs of the parties involved, we have you covered.

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Mediation can effectively resolve family law disputes like divorce, child custody, and property division. It's generally quicker, less costly, and can preserve relationships. However, it may not be suitable if you're unwilling to compromise or if one party is acting in bad faith. Consult a legal professional for tailored advice.

The role of a family law mediator is to help individuals and families resolve disputes related to family law matters such as divorce, child custody, and property division. A mediator is a neutral third party who facilitates communication between the parties and helps them identify their needs and interests.

Mediation and arbitration are alternative dispute resolution methods with key differences. Mediation is a voluntary, non-binding process where a neutral mediator helps parties find a mutually acceptable resolution. Arbitration involves a neutral arbitrator who hears both sides and makes a binding, enforceable decision. Mediation is generally less formal, while arbitration resembles a trial setting. Both usually take place in a boardroom.

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