This Roster provides the names and details about mediators who are qualified to mediate disputes under BCs Notice to Mediate Regulations. The Family roster lists experienced family mediators who also have training in family dynamics and power imbalance.
There is a great deal of information about family mediation available on this website. The Code of Conduct is posted. There is a roster of mediators that includes information about whether a mediator has been certified.
The institute is a national dispute resolution organization for mediators and arbitrators. It is also a service provider and will arrange for mediations for all types of civil disputes. Some members have been assessed and awarded Chartered Mediator status.
Gary Harper's book, the Joy of Conflict Resolution, is a quick, humorous book read that offers useful tips to deal with difficult people and situations at work and at home.
For those continuing conflict parents, parenting coordinators are available to make timely decisions about many day-to-day aspects of parenting without the need to return to court. The web site explains the role of parenting coordinators and lists the trained roster members.
As a national association of lawyers, this web site provides a wide variety of legal information. The National Alternative Dispute Resolution Section publishes its own newsletter, Possibilities/Possibilités.
Kids BC provides a virtual world - called Changeville - full of the kind of confidential support, advice and comfort needed by a child experiencing a family breakup. Young people use a series of kid-friendly games and activities to help them cope.
Visit the BC Ministry of Justice site for information about the changes to family law and resources.
Visit this site for child support guidelines.
This online and print magazine serves the North American divorcing population with many resources and practical articles. It offers helpful materials and perspectives about all aspects of divorce.
Information about the collaborative family law process and contact details for Vancouver's collaborative professionals are posted on this web site.
In anticipation of the regulations governing collaborative practitioners under the new Family Law Act, a roster of qualifying collaborative practitioners throughout the province has been established.
Information about the international collaborative law movement and contact details for all IACP members are posted on this site.
Information about the collaborative family law process and contact details for the Lower Mainland collaborative professionals are posted on this web site.
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