What happens when your relationship is over?
Who will get custody of the children?
What about the family home?
Can this be done amicably?
Family Law deals with domestic relationships before, during and after. Whether you need a Prenuptial Agreement or an Emergency Motion for child support, our firm can guide you through the maze of one of the most complex and comprehensive areas of the law today. Let us take the guess work out of it for you.
This area of the law deals with those situations when playing nice no longer works. For example:
- Your roof leaks 6 months after installation
- Your insurance company has stopped your long term disability payments
- You have been cut out of the will
- Someone has slandered your good name
Civil Litigation is the area of the law where you can be financially compensated for wrongs done to you. Civil Litigation can restore you financially when you have been let down. A vast area of the law, it can involve modest claims in Small Claims Court right up to million dollar claims for economic interference.
If you feel you’ve been treated unfairly, let us figure this out for you.
This is perhaps the most misunderstood area of the law. Should you ever find yourself in a situation of being on the wrong side of the law, you will need good advice and you need it quickly. Being either investigated or charged with a criminal offence is one of the most challenging personal experiences anyone can face.
You need to know your rights, the limits of police powers and the likely consequences you may face in court. Don’t judge yourself too harshly until you have spoken to us first.
Accidents sometimes do happen. Whether it’s from a car accident, slip and fall or medical oversight, sometimes you cannot be put back together again.
This area of the law compensates innocent persons for injuries and pain suffered through the negligence of others. An area of the law which has undergone significant and frequent changes over the past 20 years, this remains an area that requires expertise so that insult is not added to injury.