When you have an unresolved legal problem relating to a family matter, you want an experienced lawyer to protect your interests. Whether you are facing a divorce, need to protect your interest in the family property, or have been involved in a domestic dispute, you want a representative who fully understands the law and who has successfully helped others in similar circumstances.
We understand the family dynamics, economics, and emotions involved in divorce, child custody, and support cases. We listen to our clients’ needs and respond with concerned, professional, and aggressive representation. We have extensive experience in the following areas of family law:
- Divorce (contested or uncontested)
- Child Custody and access
- Child Support
- Spousal Support
- Equalization of assets
- Separation Agreements
- Co-habitation Agreements
- Pre-marital Agreements
- Dependent’s Relief Claims
- Guardianship Applications
Our Firm is well experienced in the practice of family law. We work with clients at all stages of a contested or uncontested divorce. If you are considering a separation or divorce then you should meet with an experienced lawyer to discuss your situation. Receiving legal advice in a timely manner about these matters is essential to advise you of your rights and options as provided under Ontario Law. Being represented by an experienced family law lawyer can also give you the peace of mind you need to explore potential solutions and create a viable strategy that allows you to move forward.
Approaching Family Matters We know from experience that every family matter is unique and that many unknown factors can play into the process. Though we are skilled and experienced lawyers and always willing to take your claims to the court to protect your interests, we also recognize that the most effective and long-lasting solutions are usually those that the parties work out together. We strongly encourage you to have ongoing communication with your spouse and to try to find mutually beneficial ways to resolve your differences