What a Family Lawyer Can Do For You in Times of Separation & Divorce

Posted by on March 1, 2016

family lawyer OakvilleDivorce is never an easy process, and it can be even more difficult when there are children involved.  A family lawyer that is trained in collaborative family law, and other alternative methods to divorce court, can counsel you on your alternatives.  You will want to find a family lawyer that can help you move on to a brighter tomorrow, while still protecting your rights and interests.

Look for Experience when choosing a Family Lawyer

If you and your spouse are separating but are looking for a more peaceful way to dissolve your marriage to make it easier on all parties, then consider some alternatives to divorce court. Options include negotiation, mediation, arbitration and collaborative family law.

Diane Daly - Family Lawyer OakvilleYou will want to get someone that specializes in family law with lots of experience, like Diane Daly of Oakville.  Diane is a respected member of several law societies and associations in Ontario and has been practicing law since 1991. She received further training as a divorce mediator and arbitrator, enabling her to further assist couples in the dissolution of a marriage. As the first step is coming to agreements on the terms of a separation agreement, she helps negotiate issues including custody; access; child support; spousal support; responsibility for child related expenses; division of property and division of debt. By using problem solving approaches and encouraging mutual respect, Diane keeps it in the couples control – rather than a judge’s.

collaborative family law OakvilleLearn more about collaborative family law and alternatives to divorce court at www.OakvilleLaw.ca. Call Diane and her team today at 905-844-5883 and save yourself  emotional distress by getting the right family legal advice that you need to move on to happier times.  Daly Law Offices serve clients in all of Ontario including Oakville, Burlington, Milton, Mississauga and other areas of Greater Toronto – Greater Hamilton.

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