At GTA Mediation, we provide couples and families with a more accessible and less contentious alternative to the courtroom. We are a neutral third party that promotes meaningful conversations about guardianship plans, child support payments, asset divisions and beyond. Our primary objective is an agreement for your separation that benefits all parties involved.
Jennifer Curry has worked in the social services field for nearly two decades and witnessed firsthand how divorce affects families across Ontario. She understands that financial disputes are among the most significant obstacles couples must face when reaching agreements and for this reason, she has acquired extensive training in financial analysis to set herself apart from other mediators.
With this specialized knowledge, Jennifer can help couples come together and create amicable solutions for their separation.
We offer complete separation and divorce packages that are tailored to fit the needs of both married and common-law spouses in Ontario.
Are you curious about the process of mediation in Ontario? We have compiled a list of frequently asked questions to help guide you through your journey.
During an exploration session that is completely free of charge, we'll take the time to listen to your story and provide a comprehensive overview of the mediation process so you can make the best decision for yourself.
After signing the agreement to move forward with mediation, we meet one-on-one with each individual to understand their concerns and objectives.
After doing a full financial disclosure, each party will meet with their legal representatives to review the paperwork and obtain specific counsel prior to engaging in joint mediation sessions.
During our online sessions, you will be requested to collect all necessary documentation. From there, we'll collaborate on a comprehensive parenting plan that considers financial support and division of resources.
After you have reached a final agreement through the mediation process, you will then review your mediated agreement with your assigned lawyer to review and obtain ILA.
Once you have finished your ILA sessions and a final agreement has been established, the last step is to sign it with one of our notary publics in addition to two independent witnesses.