Take 2 Family Mediation

Family Mediation applies the basic principles of mediation to the resolution of issues that arise in families. The majority of Family Mediation has tended to focus on separation, divorce, common law unions and custody/parent plans.

The Assessment Process

Introductory telephone interview. Before you agree to mediation, you should speak on the telephone with the mediator. This is an opportunity to see if you feel comfortable with the mediator's personality, skills, training, approach and experience.

When couples or families desire to stay together, but are faced with difficult or complex circumstances challenging their relationship or creating stress points or fractures on the quality of their interaction, mediation can provide a breath of fresh air for the situation.

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Marital Mediation

All families face changes, often times significant changes, at certain times. Marital mediation is about offering the opportunity for quality interaction about difficult issues and making informed decisions together. In some cases mediation can help to repair a marriage.


Divorce Mediation

Divorce is a sorrowful end to a marriage it is no ones dream, but it happens. The noblest act in the face of shattered beauty, is the careful gathering of its fragments for the purpose of creating new beauty, even in two distinct pieces. Mediation can assist in restoring beauty.

Reduce Stress

Mediation is about communication and openness rather than the potential hostility of legal negotiations – a trip to court is taxing for everyone, while mediation aims to reduce conflict

Financial savings

Taking your case to court can be expensive as well as traumatic. If you’re struggling financially you may be able to work through your issues with a mediator for a reduced cost.

Proceedings Speed

Solving issues through mediation is generally much faster than going through court. The time the mediation will take very much depends on the individual case.

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What is Mediation

“Mediation is a voluntary way of resolving disputes where a trained mediator helps parties of relatively equal bargaining positions to resolve disputes about family issues..”

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What makes us different?

We are a group of accredited Mediators making us really good at what we do which is overcoming obstacles in the negotiation process by problem solving to agreement on the various points of contention.

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What makes us better at what we do?

For those individuals who would like to speak face to face before committing to the mediation process, we offer a no-charge consultation. Please call to book an appointment for this.

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Take 2 Mediation Intake Process

There is no charge for introductory telephone calls or for brief telephone calls, brief e-mails, or scheduling appointments during the mediation process. Individual meetings with parties in family mediation cases are charged at a flat rate of one hour’s time, although the meeting usually lasts one to two hours.

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People facing the difficult decision to divorce, or the painful experience of having the other spouse choose an unwanted divorce, can realize important benefits from mediation.

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Take 2 Speedy Resolution Process

A speedy and orderly resolution. Mediation provides a swifter avenue to resolution than does litigation. Mike and Mary's lawyers both foresaw a lengthy process ahead. What they didn't tell their clients is that approximately ninety-nine percent of all conventionally litigated divorces settle prior to trial.


How Mediation works

“Negotiations have reached an impasse. You engage a neutral mediator. Rather than acting as a judge who decides who “wins” or “loses,” a third-party mediator assists both parties in reaching an agreement...”


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