Toronto’s Experts in Family Law

Passionate about helping our clients resolve their divorce and family law issues, we create a personalized and strategic course of action for each individual.

With over a decade of experience, we have the knowledge and ability to find a solution that satisfies everyone’s needs.

Here is what you can expect during your FREE consultation:

  • One of our family law lawyers will meet with you, review your case and discuss your options.
  • We will address any urgent concerns or matters such as support or custody.
  • We will develop a preliminary plan of action, discuss cost and create a budget that works for you.

Allow one of our family law lawyers to answer your questions, and give you an idea of your legal rights and obligations.

Our consultation appointments are confidential, no obligation and free of charge.


What Can You Expect?

Choosing the right family law firm to represent you is one of the most important decisions you will make. Our lawyers practice exclusively in the area of family and divorce law. This special focus means we are well equipped to deal with any situation that may arise in a prompt and effective manner.

In The Media

Our lawyers are regularly quoted by media sources such as the National Post and Lawyers’ Weekly and we pride ourselves on the positive sentiments shared in our client testimonials.

Snooping On A Spouse: What’s Legal and What’s Not

Think twice before you snoop! Laura Paris talks about the sophisticated new ways some spouses are trying to collect evidence, and how a court may (or may not) use that evidence in a family law case.

How Custody And Access Work For Co-Parents Like Drake

Drake’s family picture may not look the way he had thought it would, but the Canadian rap star is learning learning how to co-parent with the mother of his son, despite the fact that they never shared a long-term relationship.

Family lawyer Diana Isaac explains how custody and access may be determined for co-parents like Drake, and why allowing the child to develop a relationship with both parents is a good thing.

Adult Children Should Take Caution If They’re Financially Supporting Parents

Adult children who financially support an aging parent just want to make sure they are living comfortably. But many young adults are unaware of the issues that can arise if their parent decides to cohabit with a new romantic partner. Rick Peticca shares some excellent advice with 680 News that will help children and their parents avoid potential money and legal issues.