• Where diversity meets understanding.
  • Your resolution expert.
    Your conflict manager.
  • The experience you need
    with the results you want.




We are a full-service mediation firm.  You need it? We make it possible.


Reduced and roster fees available. Use of premises at no cost


If all parties’ representatives are working pro bono, we will offer our services pro bono as well.



Ample availability of dates


•Full day mediation

•Half-day mediations

•In person

•Via videoconferencing

•Evenings and weekends available


Woodbridge, Richmond Hill, Aurora, Scarborough, Pickering, Ajax, Whitby, Uxbridge, New Market, Oakville, London, Markham, Stouffville, Hamilton, Vaughan, King City, Caledonia, Halton, Milton, Burlington, Cobourg


We continue to be mentored by 30 years mediation professionals including Frank Gomberg, Harold Cares and Jay Rudolph.



We are members of the Law Society of Upper Canada (LSUC), Family Mediation Canada (FMC) and the Family Dispute Resolution Institute of Ontario (FDRIO)


We will put our 15 years of experience in the legal profession at your disposal



With years of experience to show for it.

ABOUT  Mediation


What is mediation?

When involved in conflict, including legal disputes, mediation is the confidential process which allows the parties to self-manage these disputes and reach a negotiated agreement with the support of a neutral and impartial mediator, outside of court.


When you already have a case in court in Toronto, Windsor, and Ottawa, Mediation is a mandatory step in the process of litigation.


As the Attorney General of Ontario website indicates, the purpose of mediation is not to determine who wins and who loses, but to develop creative solutions to disputes in a way that is not possible at a trial.


Indeed, the Attorney General of Ontario goes further and asks the parties to consider these questions in preparing for mediation:


• What is the best result each party can hope for in the lawsuit and the worst result that could happen?

• What is each party trying to accomplish by the lawsuit? What is really important to each of them?

• What are the main concerns of the other parties and how can they be addressed?

• Are there any solutions to the dispute that can reconcile the interests of all parties?

• Are there any limits on each party's ability to settle?

• What will happen if the case does not settle at mediation?




Our strong team is the backbone of everything we do.


B.A. (Hons.) Specialist Degree in International Relations, LL.B.

Q.Med & Q.Arb Candidate, WFA. Barrister and Solicitor


Mediation has always been important to Ms. Romero. In 1991, she trained and became a Peer Mediator at her High School.  She pursued the study of Conflict throughout her studies at the University of Toronto and ultimately completed a Mediation Internship at Law School. She returns to York University in 2014 to further solidify her education and training in Mediation by obtaining both the Basic and Advance Certificates in Dispute Resolution.


She looks forward to serving you as a mediator.  Victoria mediates in several areas including disability,  insurance, medical malpractice, personal injury, employment, elder issues, wills & estates, real estate and family law.


Her 15 years practicing law will undoubtedly prove invaluable to your clients.  She has participated in countless mediations as counsel. Framing issues, probing interests, exploring alternatives, creating and generating options, recognizing BATNAs, overcoming impasses and agreeing to mutually beneficial solutions are steps that your clients will go through in order to process, manage and resolve their dispute effectively.



  • As a Lawyer
    As a Lawyer
  • As a Lawyer
    As a Lawyer
    Providing legal services as required.
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  • As a Mediator
    As a Mediator
  • As a Mediator
    As a Mediator
    Conducting mediations and negotiations as required.
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  • As a Workplace Fairness Analyst
    As a Workplace Fairness Analyst
  • As a Workplace Fairness Analyst
    As a Workplace Fairness Analyst
    Recognizing and addressing barriers to success by facilitating proactive dispute resolution protocols that support a performance driven culture. - Establishing systems and developing proactive strategies to address your HR need. – Achieving the goal of promoting a diverse successful workforce in light of your company policies & procedures, recruitment & selection strategy. - Leading the analysis & diagnosis of your needs. - Providing ongoing or requested coaching & support management on leadership development, talent and performance management. Designing and implementing strategic workplace diversity and inclusion initiatives.
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160 The Westway, Suite 8

Toronto, ON, M9P 2C1

T:  647-849-6109

M: 416-275-5084

F:  1-888-893-2009


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