Coronavirus Alert

Family court is suspended until further notice 

Here is an update of our services.

MIP
In-person Mandatory information Programs (MIP) are cancelled.
To complete this program now – is only by our on-line MIP.

FLIC
 
This office is also closed at the courthouses. Our Information and Referral Coordinators will be retrieving and
replying to messages left in regards to basic information and community resources. 1-705-739-6446.
If you have legal questions – advice counsel can be reached at 1-800-668-8258.
 
Mediation 
We are continuing to service clients at this time. However, we are asking clients to follow the public health advisories.
Self-assessment is very important for both clients and mediators.
In some cases, mediators will be completing mediations by Skype or Zoom when there are concerns for in-person contact by either client or mediator. If you have further questions about the process please contact us. Intakes are still needed and available here.

Mediation preserves relationships
and sets you on a new path faster

When you feel empowered, you can find a resolution.

You can find a positive resolution without going to court

Let us help you work out your issues and preserve your important relationship.

Workplace Woes?

Our individual meetings help to level the playing field and protect our clients.

We are here to help

Our goal is to have a panel of accredited mediators, facilitators, arbitrators, trainers, and coaches who are respected in their field.  We want to meet the needs of our community – resolving conflict together is what we believe in!

You can find a positive resolution without going to court

There is another option, and the Barrie Mediation Centre can help alleviate unneeded financial and emotional stress.

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Why use Mediation

It is much quicker, less stressful and usually cheaper than heading straight to court

separation/divorce mediation intake

Who can use mediation?

Mediation is open to anyone affected by family breakdown including separation, divorce and common-law.
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Arbitration

Arbitration is a process whereby parties refer their family law dispute to an experienced and knowledgeable neutral lawyer –an arbitrator.

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Upcoming Events

There are no upcoming events at this time.

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