Geeta Bharadia, Lawyer

With over 20 years experience in family law and mediation and over 15 years combined of decision-making experience I can provide you with alternatives that will give you more control of the process, personalize your settlement, and are more cost effective.
Whether your relationship is beginning or changing, call or email today and let’s find constructive resolutions for a fresh start.


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Which Service is Right for You?

Geeta Bharadia, Lawyer

Mediation

Mediation can reduce the cost, time and stress of going to court. In this process, Ms. Bharadia as a neutral mediator assists clients in stating their point of view, clarifying issues and effectively finding unique resolutions.

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Arbitration

This process is often used when parties need a decision-maker and do not wish to go to court. Ms. Bharadia is appointed by agreement of the parties pursuant to the Arbitration Act (Alberta) and essentially has similar powers as a judge.

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Mediation – Arbitration ​

This is a process in which, Ms. Bharadia, as a trained neutral third party, is appointed by agreement of the parties to first attempt to resolve matters amicably through mediation. If they are unable to reach a resolution.

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Parenting Coordination​

Parenting Coordination is essentially mediation/arbitration of parenting issues. The parenting coordinator uses mediation techniques to attempt to come to a settlement and if this is not possible.

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Collaborative Law​

This is a solution-orientated process used primarily in family and divorce matters with trained professionals. Divorce does not have to mean high conflict between two people.

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Lawyer-Assisted Negotiation​

This option usually takes place within the litigation process and can take place at any time, with each lawyer obtaining information and instructions from their client.

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Litigation​

When all alternatives to resolving disputes fail or the parties simply cannot agree, they may have to proceed to litigation. Court applications are made and the parties usually present evidence in the form of a sworn affidavit.

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