In challenging times a caring, impartial, and experienced mediator or arbitrator can resolve conflict equitably, more quickly, and less expensively.

With over 40 years of experience in Family Law and Estates Law, Ted Dueck brings a wealth of dispute resolution expertise.

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Impartial & Caring
Third Party

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Issues can be resolved
outside of court

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20 Years of

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Why Use A Mediator/Arbitrator?

These are some of the key reasons to choose a mediator to assist with simplifying the resolution process.
More can be read at the FAQ's page.

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Impartial & Caring Third Party

An experienced and calm mediator can simplify the process. There is no winner or loser, the goal is an equitable result at lower cost.

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Resolving Conflict Outside Court

Avoid lengthy and costly court appearances. Many conflicts in Family Law and Estates Law can be settled outside of the courts.

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40 plus Years of Experience

Leverage Ted's long career as a lawyer at all levels of Ontario's courts, and his extensive training as a mediator to guide you through the process.

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I was very happy with your work as a mediator for us. We were able to negotiate a fair separation agreement with your guidance. Your calm approach allowed us to work together as a team in order to move forward with our lives. Thank you for all that you did during that extremely stressful time in our lives.”

Ted Dueck is a calm, thoughtful and thorough mediator who helped me with all the details of the separation process. His approach allowed both of us to work together with him through the legal process.”

I've dealt with many lawyers over the years. A few were excellent. Ted Dueck certainly falls into that category. Ted has dealt with a number of matters for me and I've found his advice to be sensible, practical and sound.And the level of service he provides is quite simply outstanding. He makes problems go away. And that's the whole point, right? I recommend him without hesitation.

I worked with Ted Dueck on a complex family law case. He was excellent to work with, and I would strongly recommend him. I was referred to Ted by a friend who practices law, who said that Ted is highly respected in the area legal community.  After working with him on a complex case, I can see why.

"I have been working with Ted Dueck for a couple years and his support has been invaluable for me and my family. We have made great progress in a complicated, cross border situation that has allowed me to see my amazing kids more often. Thank you!"

"Ted was our mediator a few years ago, helping us with our separation agreement.  A true professional who acted fairly on our behalf. Ted was able to explain the process to us in a very clear manner. Ted was able to successfully mediate our whole process in an excellent and confidential manner."

When is a Mediator/Arbitrator Ideal?

Here are some of the situations when using a mediator or arbitrator is ideal:

Family Law:

  • Family Law Disputes
  • Separation Agreement
  • Divorce
  • Custody and Access Issues
  • Mobility (moving child away from other parent)
  • Parenting Plans
  • Children's Rights
  • Spousal Support (Alimony)
  • Child Support
  • Child Support Guidelines
  • Spousal Support Advisory Guidelines
  • Common Law Relationships
  • Cohabitation Issues
  • Property Division
  • Equalizing Debts
  • Matrimonial Home
  • Dividing Pension Plans
  • Dividing Business and Farming Assets
  • Dividing RRSPs and Investments
  • Net Family Property Equalization

Estate Law:

  • Estate Disputes
  • Estate Litigation
  • Estate Accounting
  • Power of Attorney
  • Elder Abuse
  • Abuse of Power by Attorney
  • Setting Aside Wills
  • Removing an Executor
  • Replacing Estate Trustee
  • Misappropriating Estate Assets
  • Breach of Trust
  • Stolen Inheritance
  • Joint Ownership Disputes
  • Right of Surviorship
  • Beneficiary Designations
  • Matrimonial Taxes on Deemed Disposition
  • Tax on RRSPs and RRIFs
  • Undue Influence
  • Testamentary Capacity
  • Second Marriage and Blended Families

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