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Once relationship has broken down between the couple, entire world of the couple has changed. The following difficult and complex issues are all before the either party.


1. Where will you live? 2. How will you survive financially? 3. What about the family debt and property? 4. How will you parent? 5. How will this impact your business, your job? 5. What about your pension? 6. What happens if you die? 7. How do you move on? 8. How much is all of this going to cost?


You need to make informed decisions. We will provide half an hour free consultation where you can discuss your situation and issues involved. We will answer your questions and will advise the different options available including negotiation and agreement which is always the best and cost effect decision. But you have a right to fully participate in deciding what is best for you and your family. We will resolve your issues and guide by advising what reasonable and achievable successful resolutions are.

Our areas of Practice are:

    • Divorce
    • Separation
    • Agreement & Divorce
    • Domestic Contracts
    • Cohabitation Agreements
    • Common-Law Relationship Claims
    • Child Custody/Access
    • Child & Spousal Support
    • Property Division
    • Prenuptial and Marriage Contract.
    • Protection of Assets
    • Mediation and Arbitration


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