Do you have to get along with the other person to go to mediation with them?
Find out the answer to this question and much more when we chat with collaborative family lawyer and mediator Jim Taylor.
We discuss how mediation can help you keep some control over the outcome of your situation (and possibly some dollars in your
Jim Taylor is a partner at Taylor Wray LLP . He earned his law Degree from the University of Alberta in 2012. He is a Collaborative Family Lawyer and Practicing Mediator with the Alberta Family Mediation Society. He was a contributing author for 2012 and 2020 Alberta Family Law Practice Manual.
Jim was previously a litigation lawyer but moved into collaborative family law and mediation when he found that people often make the best decisions regarding their families and finances if given some help and information. His main goal and focus is to provide an avenue for people to have the control around the decisions made in their lives which impact their family.