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Independent legal advice

Whether it's for prenuptial agreements, separation agreements, or any family law issue, our independent advice aims to protect your rights and interests.

Prenuptial and cohabitation agreements

Our approach is to create agreements that provide clarity and security for your future,.

Divorce & separation agreements

We focus on drafting clear and fair separation agreements that cover all aspects, including property division, spousal support, and child custody, ensuring your rights are protected.

Child and spousal support issues

We work diligently to ensure that support arrangements are equitable, reflect the needs of the children and spouses involved, and comply with Alberta's legal standards.

Child decision-making and parenting issues

We provide guidance and legal support for establishing fair and practical parenting plans, addressing custody, visitation rights, and decision-making responsibilities.

Married and unmarried property division

Our legal expertise ensures fair and equitable division of assets and debts, tailored to the unique circumstances of each relationship.
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Our Family Lawyers Guide you Through Legal Complexities with Compassion

Having the right legal guidance by your side can reduce the stress that comes along with the breakdown of a relationship.

We listen to you

Whether it is negotiating a mediated settlement or advocating for you in Court, we are skilled in utilizing diverse options to secure your interests.

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As one of Edmonton’s best family lawyer firms, our goal is to simplify the legal processes and provide personalized solutions while ensuring minimum damage to your family.

More reasons to choose our family lawyers

Experience peace of mind knowing that our family lawyers bring extensive expertise and in-depth knowledge of family law, ensuring you receive the best possible legal representation for your unique situation.

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Receive personalized attention and tailored legal strategies from our family lawyers who genuinely care about your well-being.

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We would be happy to arrange an initial consultation with you to discuss your legal needs and answer any questions you may have. We look forward to meeting with you!
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200, 5324 Calgary Trail NW, Edmonton, T6H 4J8

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Even a single act of adultery is a sufficient basis to bring a divorce action. If adultery was committed by one of the spouses, the other spouse has legal grounds under the Divorce Act to proceed with a petition. As such adultery is not punishable but is a ground to file for a divorce petition.

When the spouse and common-in-law partner decide to get separated, it is best for them to stay apart for their own mental peace.  If children are involved, it’s better to stay separated as it gives them a safe and peaceful environment. It is best for the two to decide amicably, mutually as to who gets to stay in the house and who will move out of the house.

Yes, you can write your own separation agreement, but it is a good idea to involve a lawyer who can give you legal advice on your rights and responsibilities towards your children. Lawyers guide you through the agreement about how the property can be separated, how to support your children, etc.

1. Don’t leave the house before you two decide who gets to keep it.
2. Don’t pay more than what your share is for any of the expenses that may be incurred during the separation. For example, house mortgage, utilities, etc.

No, when it’s a mutual decision,  you don’t have to support each other and that can be added to the separation agreement. The two are still parents, need to to provide their children with love and support. Children have a legal right to financial support from both parents and both have a legal responsibility to provide this support.

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