Separation Agreements

A Separation Agreement is made up of several parts and should be based on important precedents in law. Watch to find out more or scroll down.

Creating Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)

Mediators prepare a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that documents all the agreements made during the mediation. An MOU is not a legal document, but it's contents can be converted seamlessly into a Separation Agreement that can then be signed by the parties and their lawyers or other witnesses.


At Alliston Resolutions we use DivorceMate software to prepare the MOU document in the same format as a lawyer would use to prepare a marriage Separation Agreement. 


Areas frequently resolved in mediation are:


  • Child Support
  • Custody/Residency/Access
  • Division of Property
  • Amendments to Pre-existing Agreements
  • Other Divorce-related Issues