Whether you are getting married or separating, mediation is an excellent and cost-effective tool that can be used to resolve both simple and complex issues. If you are prepared to share information and work together to explore your options, the mediation process can yield results that could be as good or better suited to your family than what a judge or arbitrator may choose for you.

Oren Weinberg is a certified mediator and he was granted the FDRP Med designation by the Family Dispute Resolution Institute of Ontario. Oren completed an extensive training program and is committed to continuing education as a mediator. Oren also participated in the Program on Negotiation at the Harvard Negotiation Institute where he completed the Mediating Disputes Workshop. As a mediator, Oren prioritizes his client’s interests in a solution-focused process that promotes the parties’ active participation in resolving their own differences.

Why Choose Mediation?

Mediation is a voluntary process that you can tailor to fit your family’s needs. As a mediator, Oren acts as an impartial person to help you create a confidential process that will help you direct the outcome of a difficult conversation or dispute. He will help you understand the legal issues, generate options and creative solutions.

Mediation is a safe process to help negotiate a marriage or cohabitation agreement and generate ideas and solutions that meet both parties’ expectations. An increasing number of couples seeking mediation reside in more than one jurisdiction for business or other reasons. These people require unique marriage contracts and separation agreements that address multi-jurisdictional concerns. As a mediator, Oren can help you gather information and develop solutions to meet your goals.

Mediation can be an excellent way to avoid or reduce the financial cost of litigation for separating families. Some family law disputes require judicial intervention. Yet, the adversarial process has its limitations. Aside from being expensive, litigants give up control of the decision-making outcome to a judge. Judges are restricted by rules of evidence and legal tests. Mediation provides a valuable alternative process in which the law provides the context and frames the discussion but is not necessarily determinative. The participants have the flexibility to discuss the issues, their goals, and to generate options that may suit their needs differently than what a judge may decide, and which may better suit their family.

For global families, separation creates complex problems that require custom solutions that may not be easily achieved in a courtroom setting. The circumstances of families that exist in multi-jurisdictions are more fluid and involve regular travel and moves. In mediation, these families can develop options that work for them, such as creating multi-jurisdiction parenting plans, dealing with child and parent relocation, overseas travel, and the complexities of complicated financial issues such as enforcement of international child support and spousal support obligations, and international property issues.

Contact Oren Weinberg to Arrange a Mediation Process Tailored to Your Needs

Oren Weinberg is a dedicated proponent of the mediation process as an alternative to family law litigation. He will work with you to review options and achieve a mutually agreeable resolution to your family law concerns, including:

  1. Parenting plans including cross border parenting plans;
  2. Decision-making responsibility, parenting time, and residential schedule;
  3. Prenuptial agreements or cohabitation agreements;
  4. Separation agreements;
  5. Child and spousal support;
  6. Asset division and complex property issues;
  7. Issues arising from multi-jurisdiction marriage and divorce; and
  8. International support and property issues.

For more information about Oren’s approach to family law mediation, please see the following:

To schedule an appointment or consultation for family law mediation, please contact Victoria Frias by phone at 647-494-0113 ext. 104 or by email.