Family agreements allow you to control your family’s future in both good times and bad. Many clients only think of them in the bad contexts and wrongly try to avoid them out of either a sense of optimism or a belief that it could never happen to them. But the truth is that family agreements can help everyone.
In good times, family agreements help strengthen relationships. Many marriages and other relationships fail or have difficulties because of disagreements over money. Often, these started as small issues that simmered over time as neither person was willing to bring them up. When you create a family financial agreement, it forces you to sit down and have a detailed, honest talk about finances. This helps both to make sure you’re on the same page from the beginning and to make it easier to talk about money in the future when things change.
If you’re planning for the unexpected, are you sure you know what to expect? We use our years of experience resolving family disputes to help you take proactive steps to reduce the chances of the same thing happening to you. We encourage you to book a meeting with one of our family lawyers to discuss your goals and how to achieve them.
Some of our lawyers offer free 30-minute consultations, some charge for an hour consultation. It depends on how senior the lawyer is. We have multiple locations which can be seen at the bottom of this page, and welcome your call at 844-466-6LAW (529) or text to 647-360-6331.
Paid consultations includes actual legal advice and not just a consultation. We’re conveniently located, so you can get answers from our Toronto lawyers without going out of your way.
We offer both preparation of your family agreements as well as legal coaching. This allows you to decide how much you want to take on yourself and to control your costs.
Our Toronto family agreement lawyers use their experience resolving disputes to help other families avoid the same types of problems. Our goal is to both help you strengthen your bonds and to prepare for the day when your relationship comes to an end.
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