Windsor Mediation Services
What Is Mediation?
Mediation is an alternative to litigation. Instead of a judge, a mediator helps guide the parties to an agreement. Both parties should be represented by their own lawyers, and you can resolve nearly any legal issue through mediation.
Mediation is not a cure-all for every problem you may have, however. Your lawyer must understand which cases are suited for mediation and which are not. For example, if you are not getting the information and disclosure you need from the other party, your case might be better served in court. On the other hand, if both parties are motivated to reach an agreement in a respectful and amicable manner, mediation can be beneficial.
Representing Clients in Mediation
In mediation, it is important to remember that the mediator is not a substitute for having your own lawyer. The mediator’s role is to act as a neutral third party, while your lawyer is there to protect your interests through the mediation.
Howie Johnson Barristers & Solicitors provides mediation services to clients in the Windsor area. Our lawyers can provide you with the personal attention, support and skilled representation you need to resolve all types of family-related disputes, including:
- Divorce & Separation
- Child Custody & Visitation Rights
- Child Support
- Spousal Support
- Division of Assets and Debts
Experienced Windsor Family Mediator
Lawyer Jason P. Howie is certified by the Law Society of Ontario as a Specialist in Family Law. He has more than 15 years of experience as a mediator and is often retained by lawyers to conduct mediation in family law matters. He can mediate any issue in family law, including property and support settlements.
Contact Howie Johnson Barristers & Solicitors
To speak with an experienced Windsor lawyer about the mediation process and how it might benefit your case, call 519.973.1500, get started now or contact us online. Many of our clients are referred to us by former and current clients, as well as by lawyers, accountants and other professionals.