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Experience compassionate mediation services for your divorce. Contact Braystone now
and let our professional team guide you towards a peaceful resolution.

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Visit  Braystone Mediation to experience compassionate support and expert guidance through life's challenges.


Conveniently located and easily accessible, our Ontario location is designed to make you feel comfortable and at ease as we work together towards a resolution.

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Our Puslinch location offers convenience and accessibility. Whether you’re seeking resolution or simply a peaceful environment, our space is designed to put you at ease. Join us as we embark on a journey together.

Frequently asked questions

Frequently asked questions

What types of conflicts can Braystone Mediation help resolve?

At Braystone Mediation, we specialize in a wide range of conflict resolution services, including family disputes, workplace conflicts, community disagreements, and commercial mediations. Our expert mediators are equipped to handle any situation with sensitivity and professionalism.

Is everything discussed in mediation confidential?

Yes, confidentiality is a cornerstone of our practice at Braystone Mediation. Everything discussed during the mediation sessions is confidential, barring a few legal exceptions. This policy helps ensure that all parties feel safe to express themselves openly and honestly.

How long does a typical mediation session last?

A typical mediation session at Braystone Mediation lasts between two to three hours. However, the duration can vary depending on the complexity of the issues and the needs of the parties involved. We are committed to finding the best solution, no matter how long it takes.

Do I need a lawyer to participate in mediation?

While you are not required to have a lawyer present during mediation, you may choose to consult one before or after the mediation process to provide legal advice and review the terms of any agreement. Our mediators are here to facilitate fair discussions and help you reach a mutual agreement, but they do not provide legal advice.

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