Ross C. McLean
Ross McLean has practiced law in Bruce County since 1981. He is a former panel lawyer with the Office of the Children’s Lawyer, a past Chair of the Bruce County Legal Aid Committee, and a past President of the Bruce County Law Association.
He has been involved in the mediation of family law disputes since undertaking training in 1990 through the Family Mediation Service of Ontario. Additionally, Mr. McLean is a past President of the Bruce County Children’s Aid Society, a past President of Bruce-Grey Children’s Services (now Keystone Child, Youth and Family Services), and was a Director of Victim Services of Bruce Grey & Owen Sound. Mr. McLean has served as a Deputy Judge of the Ontario Small Claims Court since 2000.
In Collaborative Practice, you commit to:
1. Negotiate a mutually acceptable settlement without having courts decide issues.
2. Maintain open communication and information sharing.
3. Create shared solutions acknowledging the highest priorities of all.