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While many family law matters do not end up in court, there will be times when separating spouses cannot work together to make decisions about finances, property, or the care of your children. In such cases, you will need to ask a judge to make those decisions for you. You can also ask the court to intervene when your spouse is acting unfairly or inappropriately with respect to family assets, financial support, or parenting issues.
While there are many reasons to avoid court wherever possible (it is often costly, time-consuming, unpredictable, and extremely stressful), there are times when litigation is necessary to resolve your family law issues for financial reasons, or for safety or fairness issues.
Litigation will likely be the preferred choice when there is a history of family violence; your children are at immediate risk; there is high level of conflict between you and your spouse; there is a significant power imbalance between you and your spouse; and/or you believe your spouse is dealing with family property or other assets inappropriately.
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Because of COVID-19, many hearings and proceedings are currently being held by videoconference or by phone.
We make every effort to assist clients with their upcoming Court dates; however, it will depend on the nature of the upcoming hearing and whether our lawyers have capacity to get up to speed to properly represent you.
Yes, we assist with both Provincial and Supreme Court matters.
Our quote for a desk order divorce application is $2,000.00 plus taxes, for a total of $2,240.00. At the initial consultation, we go over your marriage details to confirm that a simple Desk Order (uncontested) Divorce Application is applicable in your matter.
Our firm does not offer contingency fee arrangements. However, we do offer unbundled services. Please contact our office directly to see if unbundled services would be applicable to your family law matter.
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In our experience, we work best with clients who wish to de-escalate conflict and take a constructive approach to resolving their family law issues. Such a mindset can reduce the stress that often accompanies separation and divorce and will help preserve your health and well-being so that you can thrive post-divorce.