By combining creative and positive communication techniques with their knowledge of the law and legal process, Cathryn and Robina help parties solve their own problems and reach lasting agreements.



Mediation is a voluntary process in which a neutral person helps parties negotiate an agreement. The mediator may not make decisions for the parties, and the parties may end the mediation at any time. Learn More »


Arbitration is a voluntary process where the parties hire a neutral person to make a final and binding decision regarding specific issues in dispute. This can be a stand-alone process, or can be part of a Mediation/Arbitration process. Learn More »

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Should I Get A “Pre-nup” – Part Two

This is the second article of a three-part series. In the first article, found here, we introduce the importance of cohabitation agreements and marriage contracts. [...]

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Should I Get A “Pre-Nup” – Part One

The two most common misconceptions we hear from clients on this topic are either:   That family law is the same whether you are married or [...]

Unmarried Couple With Separate Homes May Still Give Rise to Spousal Support

Many believe that spousal support only applies to married couples. In fact, common law spouses may be required to pay spousal support as well. When [...]