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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Separation Considerations That Are Often Overlooked

When couples decide to separate, there are many things that may need to be sorted out and it can become overwhelming at times. We are mediators [...]

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Sometimes couples continue to live together temporarily in the family home after they have decided to separate. As you can imagine, there are benefits and [...]

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Our clients often tell us they are looking for a process that will reduce the time and cost to negotiate their separation. Mediation is intended [...]