THOUGHTFUL, REALISTIC LEGAL ADVICE
We love arriving at work each morning knowing that we have the ability to enact positive change for the families in our community that entrust us with their legal issues. We don’t take the confidence our clients have in us for granted, and we strive every day to find practical, sensitive solutions to the complex issues that are brought to us. The chance to make a difference is why we do it.
While we never shy away from court when it’s necessary, we are not your typical “bulldog” lawyers. Our preference is to keep your costs and blood pressure low by adopting a collaborative approach wherever possible. This means working effectively with other involved parties and chosen experts to craft a settlement that meets your needs but avoids the inherently high level of conflict and expense associated with a trial.
We listen carefully to all of our clients and endeavor to develop an empathetic understanding of their individual situations. Nobody’s perfect, and we aren’t interested in judging anyone’s backstory or the choices that brought them to our office. Our promise to everyone that comes through our door is that they will be treated with respect, heard, and should they become a client – advocated for.
HOW WE CAN HELP
- Child Support
- Guardianship and Custody
- Grandparent Rights
- Ministry of Child and Family Development (CFCSA)
- Parenting Arrangements
- Property Division
- Spousal Support
Unsure of how to go about solving your family matter? Whether it’s going to court or settling with a more collaborative approach, we’ve got you covered.
- PROVINCIAL COURT
- SUPREME COURT
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