Free 1/2 Hour information session to discuss Mediation Process with Marie Nickle

Marie offers a ½ hour free for both parties to come in to discuss the Mediation Process for those interested in her Mediation or Arbitration services. In this ½ hour meeting only process is discussed so that the parties know what is involved – and you also get to meet Marie to decide if you want her as your Mediator/Arbitrator.

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Marie was called to the Ontario Bar in 1994. She has a Masters Degree in Law from Osgoode Hall Law School in the area of Alternate Dispute Resolution and Negotiation.

From 1999 to 2005, she was a panel lawyer for the Office of the Children’s Lawyer. She is a Dispute Resolution Officer with the Superior Court of Justice in Brampton, and a Roster Mediator with Peel Family Mediation Services. She is a regular presenter at on and off-site Family Law Information Sessions.  Marie teaches Alternate Dispute Resolution and trains professionals in the Collaborative Law Process.

Marie believes that It is important that separating and divorcing couples understand all process options available to them to resolve their legal issues resulting from marriage or cohabitation and separation and divorce. And also that they fully understand their legal positions, together with their obligations and entitlements, when entering into a Separation Agreement, which is a legally binding document.

All resolution process options, including a Court process, Mediation, Arbitration and Collaborative Law, are legal processes that Marie can help you with.


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Marie practices family law exclusively. While her practice includes court representation and arbitration services, she primarily assists her clients to resolve disputes in alternate ways, including negotiation, mediation and collaborative law.

These alternate methods of resolving disputes are less stressful for the parties, often less costly, and more expedient than a court process.

Marie deeply cares about her clients and works with them to find a way to reduce the stress and cost associated with divorce. She makes every reasonable effort to resolve disputes without incurring the time and expense of litigation.

Her extensive knowledge of family law, combined with his her practical approach to conflict resolution results in successful representation for her clients.