Family Mediation

Family mediation is a better way to resolve disputes.

Family mediation allows all parties involved to come to agreement without having to go through the court system. By engaging in family mediation, you can find a way forward that is tailored to your unique situation and needs. Mediators are trained professionals who will help facilitate communication and work with each party to reach the best solution for everyone. With the guidance of a mediator, it’s possible to strengthen relationships and create effective resolution.


Family Lawyers

Careful, Resourceful, and Efficient family Lawyers

As one of the best teams of Mississauga family lawyers, DivorceLawyers.ca appreciates the sensitivity and tact required in dealing with family matters. While these family disputes can create tense environments, it is DivorceLawyers.ca’s mandate to ensure that these issues are dealt with efficiently and carefully.


Spousal Support

Get the financial assistance you need to get back on your feet.

Spousal support involves payments made from one party to another after a separation or divorce. Generally speaking, spousal support is paid by the party who earns more to the party who earns less. The purpose of spousal support is to recognize the contributions that each party has made during the course of the relationship, to relieve financial hardship, and to share the costs of caring for any children involved. As spousal support is not automatic, it must be requested. In determining if you are eligible for spousal support, our legal representatives will discuss your options with you.


Child Support

Get the child support you deserve. We can help.

Every child has the right to be supported. If your children live with one parent for a majority of the time during and after separation or divorce, the other parent may be required to pay child support. In determining who pays child support, the Ontario Family Court will use the Child Support Guidelines to make determinative decisions on the amount and frequency of the child support. Although your children may spend an equal amount of time with each parent, the parent with the higher income may still have to pay some form of child support. Child support payments are based on gross annual income and the number of children entitled to support.


Parental Visitation Rights

Getting the right legal advice is essential for ensuring that your visitation rights are protected.

In Ontario, visitation rights are dependent on an individual’s circumstances and the court order established in the court proceedings. Generally, two types of arrangements exist: Supervised access and Unsupervised access. With supervised access, a responsible adult must be present during the visit, while with unsupervised access no additional adult is required. It is important for both parents to understand their rights for visitation and to make sure that all legal requirements are met.


Separation & Divorce

Support when you need it most. Our family lawyers are here to help.

At DivorceLawyers.ca, our team of experienced family lawyers provide support for individuals who are going through separation and divorce. We can provide guidance on all aspects of separation and divorce including: determining the matrimonial home rights, arranging child custody, parenting plans, visitation rights, child support payments, spousal support payments (including emergency orders), dividing property and assets, drafting prenuptial agreements and more.


Division of Assets

Our lawyers can help you divide assets equitably and protect your rights.

At DivorceLawyers.ca, we understand that when it comes to separating or divorcing, dividing assets and property can be a difficult process. Our experienced team of family lawyers can provide support and guidance in terms of calculating the value of assets and ensuring each person’s rights are protected. We help couples divide assets equitably according to the legal framework established by Ontario law. We also advise on spousal support payments (including emergency orders) if applicable, as well as setting up prenuptial agreements prior to marriage.


Alternatives to Court

Resolving family law disputes without going to court

It is possible to resolve family law disputes without going to court – a process known as “alternative dispute resolution”. At DivorceLawyers.ca, we understand that court can be intimidating and expensive, which is why we provide alternative dispute resolution services for those looking to settle their case outside of a courtroom. We offer services such as family arbitration, mediation, and collaborative law so that couples can work together to come up with an agreement that works for both parties. We also ensure the agreement is legally sound and provides protection for each person’s rights.



Learn how to navigate the adoption process with our experienced family lawyers.

Adopting a child brings joy and fulfillment to many families. At DivorceLawyers.ca, we understand the complexities of adoption law and can provide expert advice on how to navigate the process in Ontario. Our experienced family lawyers will guide you through all aspects of adoption proceedings, from filing applications with government agencies to appearing in court hearings and obtaining legal consent if required. We also help with costs associated with adoptions, such as agency fees and legal documentation.

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If you are in the midst of a divorce and need legal support, our team of expert divorce lawyers in Mississauga, Canada, is here to help. We offer personalized consultations to assess your unique circumstances and provide tailored recommendations to meet your needs.
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