About Us

We can assist clients with many legal issues, including:

  • property division
  • parenting issues (such as custody, parenting time, guardianship, and the exercise of parenting responsibilities (making major decisions for a child, such as decisions about education and medical care)
  • child support
  • spousal support
  • separation agreements
  • cohabitation and marriage agreements
  • drafting court documents
  • obtaining a divorce order, and
  • appearing in court on your behalf

We can assist clients with many legal issues, including:

  • property division
  • parenting issues (such as custody, parenting time, guardianship, and the exercise of parenting responsibilities (making major decisions for a child, such as decisions about education and medical care)
  • child support
  • spousal support
  • separation agreements
  • cohabitation and marriage agreements
  • drafting court documents
  • obtaining a divorce order, and
  • appearing in court on your behalf
We are committed to helping clients find solutions suitable to their particular family circumstances. For many clients, the best route may be to negotiate an agreement. For others, it may be necessary to involve the court. We can help you navigate either path effectively and efficiently.

Negotiated resolution can come in many forms. The common thread is that you maintain control over the outcome. Negotiation is a flexible and informal process that many find considerably faster, more affordable, and less stressful than pursuing court-related channels for their separation and divorce. We can assist you in reaching an agreement through correspondence, in-person settlement meetings, mediation, and through participation in a Collaborative Family Law process.

We understand the legal and financial implications of your separation and can help you find creative and suitable solutions. For families with children, we can help you negotiate a durable parenting plan focused on your children’s best interests.

Where you and your spouse are unable to reach an agreement, we can help you effectively navigate the court process in either the Provincial or Supreme Court.
Either way, AT Family Law can support you in moving forward.

We are committed to helping clients find solutions suitable to their particular family circumstances. For many clients, the best route may be to negotiate an agreement. For others, it may be necessary to involve the court. We can help you navigate either path effectively and efficiently.

Negotiated resolution can come in many forms. The common thread is that you maintain control over the outcome. Negotiation is a flexible and informal process that many find considerably faster, more affordable, and less stressful than pursuing court-related channels for their separation and divorce. We can assist you in reaching an agreement through correspondence, in-person settlement meetings, mediation, and through participation in a Collaborative Family Law process.

We understand the legal and financial implications of your separation and can help you find creative and suitable solutions. For families with children, we can help you negotiate a durable parenting plan focused on your children’s best interests.

Where you and your spouse are unable to reach an agreement, we can help you effectively navigate the court process in either the Provincial or Supreme Court.

Either way, AT Family Law can support you in moving forward.

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New to AT Family Law & Mediation?

New Client?

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