4632 Dunedin Crescent, Mississauga, ON , L5R 1M2
Hello! My name is Marty Klein. I’ve been a family law lawyer, having practiced throughout the GTA for over three decades. My real passion is in to keep parents and children out of court, for I have come to understand the divisiveness (and needless-to-say costs) often associated with the law model. Now is the time for people to be re-directed and re-empowered, so that they, rather than strangers, may bring resolve into their lives.
I am a certified specialist in Mediation (FDRP Med) and in Arbitration (FDRP Arb) with FDRIO (Family Dispute Resolution Institute of Ontario) and an accredited mediator (AccFM) with OAFM (Ontario Association of Family Mediation). I am also trained in the collaborative process and in parental coordination. I am a board member of FDRIO and Chair of Mediation-Arbitration Peel. I also hold memberships in: the Alternate Dispute Resolution Institute of Ontario (ADRIO); the Ontario Association of Family Mediation (OAFM); the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP); the Peel-Halton Collaborative Practice Group and the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC).
Aside from dispute resolution, I am a Deputy Judge in the Small Claims Court in Brampton, where I preside at least one day a week. I also sit as a Dispute Resolution Officer (DRO) in the Superior Court at Brampton and am a Licensee to place children for private adoptions in Ontario.
I tend to keep myself involved in numerous committees and community agencies, being on the boards of pchs (Punjabi Community Health Services); the Family Mediation Resource Centre (FMRC) and the Ontario Deputy Judges Association (ODJA). I also hold memberships in the Family Lawyers Association and Peel Law Association. For many years I was an instructor for the Law Society of Upper Canada's Bar Admission Course.
Above all else, is my relentless commitment to “fairness” and pursuit of "no-court” resolution of conflict.
To begin your FDR Journey, contact us at 905▪272▪2540 and speak with our FDR coordinator, Beata, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We will endeavour to answer your questions. If you have a lawyer, tell him/her about family dispute resolution.