ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO FAMILY LAW MEDIATION

By Cheryl Goldhart
Founder and Principal of Goldhart Law and Goldhart Mediation & Arbitration.

NEW BLOG ALERT: Your Essential Guide to Family Law Mediation – Navigating the Path to Resolution During Separation and Divorce – now available on our sister site at Goldhart Law Professional Corporation.

KEY TAKEAWAYS:

  • A confidential and cost-effective alternative to court
  • The role of mediators in facilitating agreements on parenting, support, and property division
  • Steps in the mediation process, from initial contact to finalizing agreements
  • The importance of selecting the right mediator for a successful outcome
  • The key success factors for a successful mediation

Learn how family mediation can resolve your family law disputes with less time, cost and acrimony than litigation.  Read the blog HERE.

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Cheryl Goldhart is a mediator and arbitrator who can make a difference in resolving your family disputes.

  • Nearly Four Decades of Family Law Experience: With close to 40 years practicising solely on family law, Cheryl provides a wealth of practical experience to her clients.
  • Masters Degree in Counselling: With a Masters Degree in Counselling, Cheryl approaches each case with a unique blend of empathy and insight.
  • Certified Family Law Specialist : The Law Society of Ontario has recognized Cheryl’s expertise by certifying her as a Family Law Specialist.
  • Accredited by the Ontario Association for Family Mediation: Cheryl’s mediation expertise have been acknowledged through her accreditation by the OAFM.
  • Designated as an Arbitration Professional by the ADR Institute of Ontario: The ADR Institute has certified Cheryl’s arbitration expertise with a professional designation.
  • Honored with Numerous Accolades for Excellence in Family Law: Cheryl’s exceptional contributions to family law have been recognized through numerous awards and honors, including the prestigious Ontario Bar Association’s Award for Excellence in Family Law.

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Disclaimer: The information provided in this blog post is intended for general informational purposes only and should not be considered as legal advice. Consult with a qualified family law attorney for advice regarding your specific situation. Goldhart Mediation & Arbitration is not responsible for any actions taken based on the information presented in this blog.

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