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Why Should I Refer A Client To Mediation?
Mediation With Lawyers
A Good Business Decision
What Is Your Role?
Why Should I Refer A Client?
What Is The Cost?
How Will My Client Benefit?
What Is Involved?
Sample Agreement
Clients of modest means cannot afford the court process. Too often, a court case is underway and a client cannot continue to retain you because of a lack of funds. In this situation, you have an unhappy client and an unhappy lawyer.

Your involvement is still crucial to the client. You may choose to participate with the client in the mediation sessions, to have a counsel only session with respect to legal issues, or have the client attend the sessions with you providing independent legal advice before, during and after the mediation process. Indiividuals participating in mediation are expected to have some knowledge of their legal obligations and rights. Any agreement reached during mediation will be subject to your approval and independent advice.

There is often an ongoing relationship between the parties (ie:  parental or financial connection).  Disputes may arise from time to time.  Clients can opt to keep their file open for ongoing assistance as required.

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