Elder Care

Mediation is a flexible and informal process that many find considerably less stressful than pursuing court-related channels for addressing conflicts relating to family elders like planning care and managing estates. Issues around family business succession planning are also commonly well-served through mediation.

In mediation, all family members involved in the dispute can be a part of creating the solutions. The mediator designs a process to promote healthy, open communication taking into consideration the diverse and sometimes changing needs of the families and their elders.

Find an Elder Care Mediator


Get Legal Advice

  • Seniors First BC 
    A non-profit charitable organization located in BC committed to protecting the legal rights of older adults and increasing access to justice for older adults. The Seniors Abuse and Information Line is 604-437-1940 (Toll Free: 1-866-437-1940).
  • MyLawBC 
    A website that will walk you through solutions to a series of common legal problems. There are pathways for separation, divorce and family matters; abuse and family violence; missed mortgage payments; and wills and personal planning.
  • Dial-A-Law 
    A website that features free information on the law in British Columbia in over 130 topic areas. The information is reviewed by lawyers and updated regularly. 
  • Lawyer Referral Service 
    This service, offered by the Canadian Bar Association, connects you with a lawyer for up to 30 minutes for a fee of $25 plus taxes.

Select a Mediator

Mediate BC has a list of mediators ready to help you. 

Find a Family Mediator

Should you have concerns regarding the mediation process, Mediate BC has set Standards of Conduct and a Complaint Process.