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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In the news: What is mediation and arbitration?

Our very own Cathryn Paul was recently interviewed about her experience with mediation and arbitration in Canadian Lawyer. Click here to read the article. Contact [...]

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3 Myths About Mediation

I love meeting with prospective clients about the mediation process. Oftentimes, they want to mediate but are not sure whether the process is right for [...]

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Should I Get A “Pre-nup” – Part Three

This is the final article of a three-part series. In the first article, we introduced the importance of cohabitation agreements and marriage contracts. In the [...]