New Toronto Law Firm Now Open
ClearWay Law has opened a new Toronto law firm. We do family law and immigration law.
This is an innovative law firm that tries not to use physical office space. Instead, the lawyers and staff work from home whenever possible. This allows our law firm to pass on the savings to our clients.
When you walk into a fancy office space at a different law firm and are offered expensive coffee, make no mistake, your legal fees are paying for it. Why not meet your lawyer at Starbucks or at home? Further, if that doesn’t work for you, our family lawyers are willing to book a meeting room at Regus Toronto. Also, there are many offices to choose from as we have lawyers in multiple areas.
We offer a toll free number that you can call us to speak to a consultant. The consultant will take your information and book an appointment for you.
Many of our clients are able to deal with their legal issues using non-confrontational methods. And sometimes those negotiations are made simpler by using an informed third party, such as a mediator or an arbitrator. ClearWay Law believes that lawyers should represent the public good. Lawyers should take on large tasks instead of always fighting with the other party.
Hiring a family lawyer in Toronto does not have to be expensive. By using mediation and arbitration, you can greatly reduce your costs. Family law is the “heart of legal services.” Therefore, lawyers should be able to coach their clients about what they need to do and what they can ignore. In family law, the stakes are so high that clients need access to credible information.
ClearWay Law can assist in the following areas:
- Immigration law
- Family law
- Spousal support
- Child custody battles
Toronto lawyer Chantalle Sawision Joins ClearWay Law
Sawision is a skilled family law and alternative dispute resolution practitioner. She advises on mediation and arbitration, separation, divorce and support agreements, property and debt division and appeals. Besides coaching clients to represent themselves in court, Sawision can offer immigration law advice on student or work visas, permanent residency, citizenship and appeals.
A political science graduate of Wilfred Laurier University, Sawision earned a JD from Bond University in Australia in 2014 and began her practise with Kain & Ball in 2015. Further, she is a member of The Advocates’ Society, a not-for-profit association of lawyers, judges and advocates committed to ethical and professional practice standards.
Consultations at our Toronto law firm can be booked toll-free, 24/7 at 844-466-6LAW (529).
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Alistair Vigier is CEO of ClearWay Law.