Mediation services for family breakdowns, neighbour disputes, landlord/tenant, and other concerns.

We handle a variety of disputes and can help you find a resolution through mediation. Some of the types of disputes we help with include: family matters like custody and support, estate issues with the distribution of assets, landlord/tenant disagreements, consumer/merchant disputes, small claims, and more. If you have a non-criminal dispute, we’d be happy to help guide you through the mediation process.

Mediation in Niagara

Niagara Mediation has served our community with honest and efficient services since 2016. Now located near the intersection of Montrose Road and Netherby Road in Niagara Falls, Niagara Mediation serves clients in St. Catharines, Welland, Niagara Falls, Grimsby, Port Colborne, Fort Erie, Hamilton, and other areas within the region.

Please find directions to 14530 Morris Road via this Google Maps link.

Evenings and weekend appointments are available to accommodate your needs; Zoom, Microsoft Teams, or FaceTime meetings are also available, although it is recommended the mediation to be in person.

For more information, contact Niagara Mediation or call 289-673-5811 for more information.

Darryl Veld is the Lead Mediator, founder of Niagara Mediation, and a member of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Institute of Canada. Click here to read more.



Family dispute resolution via mediation can be used to address custody and visitation, support, and debt matters.


Typical issues include disagreement with the personal representatives, distribution of estates, and poor communication among the heirs.

Landlord / Tenant

Issues arising from the lease, payment, conditions, noise, cleanliness, and other disagreements can often be resolved quickly.

Consumer / Merchant

Common concerns include contract disputes, miscommunication, payment disputes, product and service satisfaction, and safety issues.

Small Claims

If you are considering filing a small claims lawsuit, consider mediation first.


Mediation can be used for most non-criminal matters. Contact us today for more information on the mediation process.