When a conflict is likely to compromise the establishment, the maintenanceof a tutorship or curatorship system for adults, or even the approval of a protection mandate, the relatives of the person concerned may call on the service from the AMFQ to receive the name of a mediator participating in the pilot project.

The pilot project offers up to 10 paid hours* per file, including:

  • One (1) hour of preparatory meeting per person (for a maximum of five participants);
  • Three (3) hours of group mediation;
  • Two (2) hours granted to the mediator for work outside the session (opening of the file, drafting of reports and summary of agreements, if applicable).

* The total hours paid per file may be subject to change without notice. The number of files that can benefit from the pilot project is limited, please contact us for more details.

This pilot project, which will benefit the loved ones of a person of full age who is incapacitated or in the process of being declared unfit, is made possible because of its establishment by the Association des médiateurs familiaux du Québec (AMFQ) and the obtaining a grant from the Access Justice Fund program of the ministère de la Justice du Québec. Participation in mediation is voluntary. If they agree, the person's relatives will then be referred to accredited family mediators who have undergone three-day specialized training in this area. When the condition of the incapacitated person allows, she can participate in the mediation session herself.

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For more information, please contact us:

Phone: (514) 990-4011 or 1 (800) 667-7559