Family Law Services:

Child Support

Family traditions endure as special memories. These memories reflect a parent’s role of bringing stability, predictability, and security which anchor a child’s sense of self-worth and confidence, and encourage appropriate development.
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Custody & Access

Children matter. To put significant weight behind that principle, legislation has established child support as the right of children.
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Cohabitation Agreements

One or both clients wish to preserve personal ownership of property they either brought into the relationship or expect to receive, such as an inheritance or a significant gift.
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A court-granted divorce order terminates a marriage. A “divorce” proclaimed only by the spouses is not good enough. An annulment granted by your church or religious institution is not a divorce under the laws of Canada.
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Marriage Contracts

The purpose of the Marriage Contract is to preserve one spouse’s ownership of property acquired prior to or during the marriage.
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Separation Agreements

A Separation Agreement is a Domestic Contract used by common-law or married clients to confirm the agreed resolution of all issues arising from the breakdown of their relationship or marriage.
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Spousal Support

Spousal Support provides the factual basis from which the children’s expenses today and in the future can be accommodated. It entitles a spouse to negotiate an appropriate amount and duration of financial support.
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