When spouses separate, there is usually a significant financial impact.
Whether you are married or in a common law relationship, the issue of property division is an important aspect of a separation or divorce.
The legal dissolution of your marriage and any related issues, including parenting, child and spousal support, and property division.
Pre-nuptial and cohabitation agreements reduce uncertainty by clearly outlining what will happen financially if the relationship ends.
Cases where grandparents are estranged from their grandchildren are not uncommon.
We have extensive experience with adult guardianship and trusteeship matters.
As a parent, the well-being of your children is of primary importance when you are ending your relationship with your co-parent.
When parties do not agree on their family matters, there are process options to facilitate resolution.