Our divorce lawyers can assist you with any type of matter including (but not limited to), divorce, uncontested divorce, annulment of marriage, custody of children, child support, reducing child support, spousal support, alimony, reducing spousal support, division of property, grandparent’s rights, child protection etc.
We also assist clients in family law matters that do not end up in court by preparing separation agreements, pre-nuptial agreements, marriage agreements etc.
If you have had your credit rating affected, or your driver’s license suspended because of non-payment of child support, we can help you get it back. We understand how to deal with the Maintenance Enforcement Program and regularly assist both payors and payees of child support.
If you are separated or getting divorced, you need to know what your rights and the rights of your children are. Going to divorce or family court can have a huge impact on you and your children for many years. It is important that the family lawyer or divorce lawyer that you select is able to get you the best result possible.
We understand the difficulty that our clients are going through during a divorce and we work hard to ensure the best possible settlement or outcome for our clients. We offer competitive fee arrangements. If you are going through a divorce or are thinking about separating or getting divorced, please contact us for a consultation and find out how we can assist you.
Call us for advice on the next legal step in your family law matter. We can help with your Divorce, Separation, Custody, Access, Matrimonial Property and Maintenance issues.
Divorce and Separation
What issues can come up in your Divorce? Should you get a Divorce or a Legal Separation?
Married people have the option to be divorced if they have been separated for at least one year. It is important to note that you can still start an action for divorce under the Divorce Act before you have been separated for one year, but the divorce itself cannot be finalised until you have actually been separated for at least one year. In cases where there has been adultery or cruelty, couples can be divorced even if they have not been separated for one year.
Should you get a Divorce or a Legal Separation?