Headed For Separation or Divorce?
Separation and divorce are tough, not just for the spouses, but also everyone else involved, including the children. Rather than make the entire separation and divorce process more difficult than it has to be, relieve as much of the stress as possible by getting an experienced, knowledgeable and caring Oakville family lawyer on your side. You want to make the transition as painless as possible to move onto the next chapter. However, you also need to protect your rights going forward. Go with experience and speak with a legal expert that knows what it takes to protect their clients during separation and divorce. Diane Daly at Oakville Law is the perfect choice.
Diane believes that there are better options for dissolving a marriage than through the courts, which can drag on for months or even years, and ends up taking control out of the hands of the separating couple.
Diane has helped couples end their marriage through a variety of other less invasive means, such as:
- Collaborative family law
Diane and her team help divorcing couples solve issues of t separation and divorce as amicably as possible. Her approach is one respect and collaboration whenever possible, making the pathway smoother for the future. Another goal is to ultimately protect the interests of any children that may be involved. Any issue regarding child custody and support, spousal support, and the division of property and debt may be solved amicably, leaving both parties as satisfied as possible and in control of the process with legal counsel.
Rather than leaving such issues in the hands of a judge to deal with, the couple themselves can be the ones to make the ultimate decisions regarding their divorce and the separation agreement.
When you’re facing divorce, you need an experienced family lawyer to protect your rights and smooth the path to a better tomorrow. Diane has done it for countless others, and she most certainly can do it for you too.
Contact Diane and her team at Daly Law today at (905) 844-5883, and settle your separation or divorce as quickly and amicably as possible.