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Jane Henderson, Q.C.
All of Province, Lower Mainland, Northern Vancouver Island, Southern Vancouver Island
P.O. Box 53535 Broadmead
Victoria, BC
V8X 5K2

Cell: (250) 744-0557

Family Mediation Details
I am pleased to offer mediation and arbitration services for people with disabilities. Our offices are wheelchair accessible. I am comfortable working with people from diverse cultural backgrounds.

$225 per hr plus taxes and disbursements.

We appreciate as much notice of cancellations as possible but there is no fee for cancellations at the present time.


Adoption, Adoption Openness Agreements, Blended Families, Child Custody/Guardianship/Access, Child Support/Maintenance, Children with Special Needs, Common Law Relationships/Trusts, Co-parenting Agreements, Co-parenting Plans, Distance Mediation, Division of Assets and Liabilities, Elder Mediation, Family Inheritance and Estates, Financial Aspects of Separation, Inter-generational, Intra-family Conflicts, Living Arrangements, Managing Power Imbalances, Marital Issues, Mental Health Issues, Multi-party, Parent Education, Parent/Elder Support, Parenting Arrangements and Education, Parenting Plans, Plan of Care, Pre-nuptial Agreements, Same Sex, Separation Agreements, Separation Memorandums of Understanding, Spousal Support, Step & Blended Family Mediation, Step-parenting, Surrogacy/Egg & Sperm Donation Agreements

Aboriginal, African, Asian, Bosnian, Cantonese, Chinese, Filipino, First Nations, French Canadian, Hindi, Hungarian, Indo-Canadian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Pakistani, Punjabi, Same Sex/Gender, Spanish, Taiwanese, Vietnamese

Born and raised in the Vancouver area, I moved to Victoria to attend Law School. I was called to the Bar in 1979. While my practise has been primarily in the area of family law, I have also had experience in Human Rights, Employment and Estate mediation. I have lectured in family law at UVic Law School, the Professional Legal Training Program and Continuing Legal Education, as well as to community groups. I enjoy helping people solve problems within their relationship, develop new forms of relationships, and move forward in their lives.

I retired from the Law Society of BC in 2013 but am pleased to be able to continue to use my extensive experience as a family lawyer to assist families as a mediator.