Toronto family lawyer joins ClearWay Law


Posted July 1, 2018


Toronto Family Lawyer Chantalle Sawision has joined the Toronto law firm ClearWay Law.

ClearWay Law practices in the following areas:

  • Family law
  • Estate disputes
  • Immigration law
  • Business law

Most of the law firm’s work is in family law. A complete list of Toronto lawyers can be found on the “about us” web page.

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.

Our law firm is unique in that we offer flat fee options to clients for simple family matters. Most clients still prefer hourly, as many clients think their issue is simple. In reality, most family issues start as simple, but then fighting or negotigations start. In the end the client often pays more hourly than for a flat fee. That being said, it is the choice of the client if the requested service has a flat fee being offered.

Toronto Family Lawyer

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. 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 can be booked toll-free, 24/7 at 844-466-6529. You can also reach out to us via our live chat function. It is also possible to book a consultation directly on our website. You can pick a time for a free 15 minute call from a senior manager to discuss your  legal issue.

Read more: Lisa Baumal- Senior Family Lawyer

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Linda M. Mueller
Communications Manager

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