Family Mediation Canada

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Description Family Mediation Canada is an interdisciplinary association of lawyers, social workers, human services and health care professionals, working together, creating a better way to provide for co-operative conflict resolution relating to separation and divorce, adoption, child welfare, wills and estates, parent/teen and age-related issues, etc.
Address 55 Northfield Dr. E, Suite 180
Waterloo
Ontario
N2K 3T6
Canada
Phone number (519) 585-3118
Fax number (416) 849-0643
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Submission Date 28/11/10 (Edited 29/11/10)



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