Letting You Make Decisions for Your FamilyAccredited Mediation Services in London and Toronto. Please call for more information. Services available in other locations by special arrangement. Connect With Malcolm
In this capacity he has helped many people resolve matters through the mediation process that is respectful, cooperative, collaborative and sensitive to the difficult and emotional issues following separation. He assists the clients to reach solutions and resolution in a timely and cost-effective manner.
Bluewater Mediation is devoted to family mediation, arbitration, teaching and training in alternate dispute resolution and academic writing and presentations on issues related to Family Law and dispute resolution. Malcolm also offers mediation in Estate matters and is trained in Elder mediation.
Bluewater Mediation Services
Family mediation is a voluntary process, where a neutral mediator supports family members to make decisions, often but not always in the context of separation or divorce. Family mediation can also be used to resolve parenting issues, and to develop cohabitation agreements or marriage contracts.
Mediation-Arbitration is a blended process to assist in resolving family issues, which combines mediation with the possibility of a final, binding decision (arbitration), where needed. Mediation-Arbitration is recognized by Ontario Courts as a useful process choice for families.
Elder and Estate Mediation
Care needs arising from the aging of loved ones, or from special needs of adult children, can be uniquely stressful for family members. These stresses and responsibilities – for physical care and sometimes for financial management – can create conflicts and tensions.
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Accredited Mediation Services in London and Toronto. Please call for more information. Services available in other locations by special arrangement.
Transcript 1 min read (123 Words) Once you go through the mediation process and end up with a separation agreement. The question is, is that binding is it enforceable so let me address that as we're going through the sessions and talking about the issues. We're...
Transcript 1 min read (139 Words) So let's talk about how children's voices get heard through the mediation process. For many parents it's important that their children in some way have their views and preferences heard we can do that. By accessing resources that we...
Transcript 2 min read (378 Words) So let me tell you a little bit about the mediation process. If you decide to come without a lawyer. All of my cases start with an intake meeting. I have an intake form that I provide my clients. They complete the intake form and then...
Transcript 2 min read (254 Words) Choosing a mediator is a really important decision and I would suggest that in choosing a mediator. You need to consider the following: first of all what issues do you have is it? Are the parenting issues? Are they financial issues?...
Transcript 1 min read (137 Words) Hi I'm Malcolm with Bluewater Mediation and let me tell you a little bit about my background. I practice family law here in London, for 42 years. I retired from the law firm at the end of 2017. I've had a mediation practice for 17...
Transcript 2 min read (239 Words) So to answer the question why would you choose to mediate? I think the most important factor is the fact that it is, you making decisions for you and your family. Separation is an extremely difficult time. There can be conflict. There...