Our Mississauga family lawyers are here to support you for your family law questions. Our lawyers have assisted numerous clients with concerns over agreements. We also help with separation, child custody and support, mediation, and guardianship.
We recognize that family law issues are some of the most challenging that you can experience on an individual basis. Your concerns will be heightened if you have children who may be involved in the situation as well.
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The support of an experienced attorney is instrumental in resolving your family law concerns. You may be able to resolve these issues outside of court. This can be done using forms of alternative dispute resolution known as mediation or arbitration.
If our Mississauga family lawyers work with you and are still unable to achieve an agreement outside of court, you can count on our representation throughout the litigation process.
If you have never seen a lawyer before we realize the process can be intimidating. We want you to feel comfortable. You can speak to one of our lawyers prior to committing to have them represent you. We offer a no-obligation one-hour consultation for a fee.
Our law firm in Mississauga are ready to help you. We offer a range of legal services to clients. We are a full service family law firm.
Some of our lawyers offer free 30-minute consultations. Some charge for an hour consultation. It normally depends on how senior the lawyer is. We have multiple locations which can be seen at the bottom of this page. We welcome your call at 844-466-6LAW (529) . You can also reach out to us via our live chat in the bottom right of the screen.
Sadly, yes. All cases in the courts are public record (unless they is a special order made.)
Yes, but you will need to contact the legal aid office near you.
You will have to hire a lawyer to file an appeal at a higher court. Hopefully the decision was made at provincial court. That makes it much easier for the lawyer to file the appeal.
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