Separation Agreements

Our clients in Burlington, Oakville, Milton and Mississauga come to us to handle their separation agreements because they can trust us. They know we have a history of working with our clients to reach an amicable outcome.

Separation agreements are legally binding and will literally set the tone for a number of aspects of your life, including your finances, your family, and your future. A good separation agreement now means you can start planning your tomorrow.

It will cover things like:

·      Who has custody of the child or children

·      What type of custody it will be

·      The terms and times that visits with children will adhere to

·      The terms for child and spousal support

·      How the division of property and assets will be handled.

Some cases are very quick and straightforward, while others a more complex. There are a number of factors that can contribute to the length of negotiations, like the relationship between both parties, the terms of the actual separation, the number of children, and the number of assets to be divided. In any case, getting a family lawyer involved early is always a smart move.

We’ve seen cases where both parties almost refuse to work with each other, after a volatile separation. Our staff of proven family lawyers was still able to work with our clients and reach an amicable settlement. We have a proven history in separation agreements and a long list of satisfied clients.

You’re going to work extremely close with your family lawyer, as you are going to discuss the most intimate details of your personal life, your family history and your finances. Be sure to always work with someone you trust and feel comfortable with. 

If you need a separation agreement and want to speak with a specialized family lawyer, don’t hesitate to contact any of our offices in Burlington, Oakville, Milton and Mississauga.

 

Our Family Law Lawyers

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