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The Courts are now slowly “re-opening” with strict limitations and availability. During these difficult times, we are available to discuss your matters. For more information, please reach out to us at customerservice@gelmanlaw.ca or call us at 844-736-0200.

As significant delays still exist, many clients are turning to alternative dispute resolution mechanisms including, Mediation and Collaborative Law. Mediation and collaborative agreements can help parties resolve issues quickly, in a private and secure setting, and are available remotely.

Many lawyers on our team are accredited Family Law Mediators and certified in Collaborative Law. They can help to expedite your matter and get results quickly. Call or email us for a consultation.

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