Amy Robertson’s Blog

Types of separation

Is Your Separation Complicated?

I have found that when my mediation process applies these three principles that we move closer and closer to the hoop. I do not need to throw up a ball from centre court and cross my fingers, I just need to move us all closer over time so that the easy layup is right in front of us.

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How to choose a Divorce Mediator

This is when my ability as a mediator to really understand you is paramount and why I do not have online in take forms – so that I can see how you respond to these questions and have a dialogue with you, not just capture data.

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Lawyers and separation agreement

Do You Have to be a Lawyer to Draft a Separation Agreement?

I have spent a considerable amount of time working on an Access to Justice (A2J) initiative in BC with professionals from a variety of backgrounds (e.g., judges, lawyers, mediators, counsellors and government). I know that decreasing costs and supporting people to resolve their disputes are two key elements of A2J.

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Online mediation work

What Online Mediation Looks Like

Another benefit of Zoom is that you can join our online meetings from your computer, tablet or smartphone. It is easy and I will help you get comfortable based on your set up. That said, some technical frustration is to be expected and we will manage it together if needed.

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