RS Law Firm offers negotiation or mediation services for family and estate cases in Mississauga, Brampton & Caledon. Mediation can help both parties come to a decision resulting in a fair decision for both sides that is based on legal standards. Mediation also helps to avoid or minimize court fees, making mediation an option for many individuals who require a third party to bring a reasonable resolution to legal proceedings. Mediation is a voluntary process, with both parties willing to participate in and feel comfortable with mediation proceedings. The mediator works for both parties involved helping spouses or partners come to an agreement. Mediation requires 'give and take', where both parties compromise and ultimately reach a solution that benefits both sides.
If we are to mediate for a case, each side will still require their own legal representation to ensure everyone involved has their rights upheld and that the law has been adhered to. The lawyer who acts as mediator cannot dispense legal advice, but merely to help each party come to a consensus on issues.
Mediation is not for everyone, especially in the cases of abuse. Call RS Law Firm today in Mississauga, Brampton & Caledon so we can help you decide if mediation is right for your situation.
In an ideal world, everyone wants to solve their problems with ease. Unfortunately, we don't live in an ideal world. In many times we need external help to secure our personal rights and interests during complex situations.
At RS Law Firm, we have a mediation lawyer in Mississauga, Brampton and Caledon who can help you to resolve your issues outside of court.
Both the parties meet face-to-face with a neutral mediator who helps them to settle their issues in a positive environment.
In mediation all type of issues can be sort out, including:
Mediations allow you to resolve all your issues without any outside pressure. They also helps you in saving money on trials and hearings. The face to face meeting remains confidential during mediation, so both can speak candidly.
When you hire a Mississauga, Brampton and Caledon mediation lawyer, he or she should work as a neutral during the mediation.
Once you resolve all your issues and find a solution, your mediation lawyer can also explain their pros and cons. If you are happy with the outcomes, he or she can finalize the agreement and make the necessary paperwork and documentation.
It’s more convenient and hassle free than court. Parties have more idea over the outcome. Mediation can help parties to communicate with each other and work as a team to settle their legal issues.
If you want to learn more about how we can help you during mediation in Mississauga, Brampton and Caledon, please contact us at 416-846-0196.