Mediation, Arbitration and Litigation: What’s the Difference?

Blog Post
December 11, 2017
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It is a common misconception that all legal disputes are resolved in the court-room. In fact, only a fraction end up going to litigation; most are resolved through alternative dispute resolution, such as mediation or arbitration. It all depends on the complexity of the issue and the parties involved. So what is the difference between mediation, arbitration and litigation?


Blog Post
January 16, 2014
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Registration for Kindergarten begins at the end of January. For some of us, especially those who co-parent a child, this can lead to lots of questions, which you may not have previously discussed or agreed on. Resolving these issues with your co-parent is almost always a challenging endeavour and compromises will likely have to be made on both sides. It’s better to make those compromises earlier rather than later, once the costs and emotions have escalated.

New Article on Separation: There are Alternatives to Going to Court

Blog Post
October 17, 2013
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You’ve separated from your spouse, now what? There are so many things that need to be resolved, and going to court is just not on your radar. In the article linked to this post we have outlined some of the options available to help separating couples like you and your spouse resolve their issues outside of court. These options include negotiation, mediation, collaborative family law and private arbitration.