Fairway has been helping Canadians with separation and divorce without lawyers since 2006
Serving Oakville, Burlington and surrounding areas
Going through a separation and divorce is stressful, but there is hope. Fairway Divorce in Oakville is here to help! Our divorce mediation process provides timely resolution for contested and uncontested divorces. Everything we do at our Oakville mediation boutique is to help you lay the groundwork for a fresh start.
Divorce mediation with financial expertsThe Fairway method takes you and your spouse through a proven step-by-step divorce mediation process. We resolve everything from the division of debts and assets to settling child and spousal support payments. You both work together and independently with experts to complete a financial division. We ensure emotions do not interfere with intelligent decision-making.
Co-parenting plans that protect childrenWe know that your children come first and that their well-being is your number one priority. Your co-parenting plan is what you need to raise confident, happy and healthy children. Children do not need to be victims of divorce, and how their parents choose to navigate divorce makes a big difference.
Divorce lawyers get involved at the right timeWe understand that divorce is also complicated. You want guidance while protecting your rights. You will get advice from an independent family lawyer before you sign anything. With Fairway Divorce Solutions, you can have the best of both worlds. A peaceful resolution with a separation agreement that has your best interests in mind.
A separation agreement in 120 days after financial disclosureWorking with Fairway will reduce the time, stress, and costs of getting a divorce. Our proven method minimizes your time in difficult negotiations and protects your children and assets.
Karen Stewart, founder of Fairway Divorce Solutions, has authored several books on the topic of divorce.
Fairway Oakville Burlington mediators are experts in divorce, business and family negotiation and conflict resolution and live where we serve. Our commitment is getting you to the next phase of your life without draining your finances to get there.
As Ontario residents ourselves, we understand the needs of this community and provincial mediation policy. All of Fairway’s final separation agreements and plans are based on the family laws of your jurisdiction, including the: Federal Child Support Guidelines, Family Law Act, Pension Benefits Act, and the Divorce Act. Our unique INR mediation method ensures you leave us with everything needed to close the chapter on conflict and move to your next adventure.
A dedicated mediator works closely with you through each step of the INR process, keeping negotiations on a timeline and your priorities at the centre of the process. When necessary, your mediator will meet with parties separately to provide each with the opportunity to make independent decisions. All final agreements are based on matrimonial and divorce laws, and reflect the needs, preferences and vision for the future of everyone involved. When the process requires additional expertise, we’ll draw from our extended independent team of trusted professionals in real estate, finance, tax, business valuation, pension valuation, and the law. You’ll never have to wonder if you’ve missed a step or what’s needed from you because we’re with you every step of the way.
With specializations in financial analysis and real estate, our Fairway Oakville Burlington team boasts a collective of mediators dedicated to helping people achieve an alternative path to resolution. Whether your dispute is business, family or divorce in nature, our mediators and professionals are here to support every step of your journey.
I was in caring, competent hands
From the moment I first walked through their doors until the day I received my final documents, I felt I was in caring, competent hands. My amazing Fairway mediator prepared me for what would likely be happening over the following weeks, and then skillfully guided my ex and I through the mediation process until we reached a mutually-agreed-on settlement.