Family Day is challenging for Those Facing Post-Holiday Separation or Divorce

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Separation and divorce usually rates increase in the first month of each year, which can cause stress for families at the time BC celebrates Family Day.  To meet that need, Mediate BC is hosting a panel of experienced family mediators to provide information about how mediation can assist families to transition through separation and divorce without the need to go to court. Family Roster mediators Brenda Hooper and Kevin Moye, Family Justice Counselor Elissa Dehgan and Legal Advocate Ram Sidhu will be on hand to discuss options and the mediation process as well as to answer questions.

Other community resources will be participating to let families know about the additional resources and services available in their community.

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This free public event will be interactive with lots of time for discussion and questions, so it is an ideal option for those who are trying to work through some difficult family issues.

For more information and to register please visit us here. You can download the event poster here.

Mediate BC’s experienced local family mediators will also be in Provincial Courthouses across the province to provide information to families engaged in the process of separation and divorce. For a listing of participating communities, dates and times please visit the Mediate BC website.

Generously funded by the Law Foundation of BC.

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