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is a safe place to have difficult conversations about parenting your children, settling child and spousal support and dividing your property.

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Need help filling out divorce forms?

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Free mediation for everyone in court

If you are at one of the Toronto family courts (393 University Ave; 311 Jarvis St. or 47 Sheppard Ave.) you are entitled to ask for free mediation the day of your motion, case conference, Dispute Resolution Officer meeting, pre-trial or trial. You can use this free service every time you come to court.

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Subsidized Mediation

Whether you have a court file or not, subsidized mediation is available to resolve child, support or property issues. Our government-regulated rates are based on your income. Click here for the fee schedule.

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Free Consultations and Information

Our knowledgeable Information & Referral Coordinators are available in the Toronto family courts or by phone for a private consultation. We also provide free information sessions about separation and divorce.

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We’ve had a very difficult, protracted time working out issues— more than 4 years. The mediator was particularly skilled at helping high conflict cases. She’s helped us right our situation.

Resources for Separating Couples

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Video: Information on Subsidized Mediation Video: Justice Canada: “Separation and Divorce”

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Ministry of the Attorney General

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Important Toronto Superior Court Family Law Information

All counsel and self represented parties must read this information if you have a case in the Superior court.

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393 University Avenue, Suite 900 Toronto, Ontario M5G 1E6

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311 Jarvis Street Toronto, Ontario, M5B 2C4

(Between Gerrard and Dundas)

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47 Sheppard Avenue East Toronto, Ontario M2N 5X5

Main Floor (Just east of Yonge, south side of Sheppard)

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