Guide To Mediation In BC
This On-Line “Guide to Mediation in BC” describes mediation, and how it works. It was prepared by the BC Ministry of Attorney General Dispute Resolution Office.
Guide to Mediation in BC
This document is designed to provide an introduction to mediation as a process for resolving disputes in British Columbia.
The full guide is available on-line here; http://www.ag.gov.bc.ca/dro/mediation-in-bc/index.htm.
You may wish to read the document in sequence, or use the menu below to jump to the particular question in which you are most interested.
- What is mediation?
- Why mediate?
- When should I consider using mediation?
- What does a mediator do?
- Who needs to be involved in the mediation?
- Do I need a lawyer to mediate?
- How do I initiate mediation?
- How do we choose a mediator?
- What is the Mediate BC Society (formerly known as the British Columbia Mediator Roster Society)?
- What is included in an agreement to mediate?
- How much does mediation cost?
- How do I prepare for mediation?
- What if we settle the dispute before the mediation?
- What happens in the mediation?
- What happens once the mediation is over?
- Why should we consider getting a consent order?
- What if I am not satisfied with the mediation process?
- What if the other side breaches the settlement agreement?
- Definition of mediation terms
- Sample Agreement to Mediate
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