- Suite 700 - 2 St. Clair Avenue West Toronto, ON M4V 1L5
Dedicated Family Law Lawyers serving Toronto and the Surrounding Area
Clients most often seek out the services of a family law professional at the beginning or the end of a relationship. The family law group at Mills & Mills LLP is highly skilled in all aspects of family law, from the creation of cohabitation or marriage agreements, to providing advice and advocacy during a separation and divorce.
Our lawyers are particularly adept at simplifying complicated financial and business structures, whether planning for the protection of complex assets in a marriage agreement or extricating parties from a joint business venture as part of a divorce.
Family Law Contracts and Agreements
Our family lawyers are skilled at reviewing, negotiating and drafting marriage contracts and cohabitation agreements. While some may feel uncomfortable with the idea of setting out an agreement at the beginning of a relationship, it may be important for the protection of both parties, whether the assets and other considerations involved are relatively straightforward or highly complex. Should the relationship come to an end, these matters can become contentious, and taking the time to plan at the outset can save untold cost, stress and time later on.
Divorce and Separation Considerations
The breakdown of a relationship is difficult for all parties. This is compounded when factoring in the numerous decisions that lay ahead with respect to the division of assets, support, matrimonial home considerations and child custody and access issues. Our lawyers use their considerable expertise to guide and advise clients through these decisions with compassion and professionalism.
Our lawyers work with clients on a comprehensive plan for their separation and divorce, negotiating all relevant factors with the other party in an effort to eliminate the need to engage in costly and time-consuming litigation.
Our family lawyers advise and advocate for their clients on multiple issues, including:
- Separation agreements
- Spousal support
- Matrimonial home considerations
- Custody and access
- Child support and section 7 expenses
- Equalization payments