We understand litigation is not always the best solution for family law matters. At Cohen Highley LLP – our London family lawyers encourage and facilitate the negotiation of fair resolutions whenever possible. Whether you are looking for a London family lawyer, Sarnia family lawyer, Chatham family lawyer, Stratford family lawyer, Strathroy family lawyer or Kitchener family lawyer – we have offices across Southwestern Ontario, making it easier for those in need of legal assistance with respect to family law matters to get immediate legal assistance. Your needs and the needs of your children are of paramount importance to our team. Should attending court be necessary, we’ll be prepared and able to represent you in a professional and effective manner. Our family law lawyers recognize that cost-effective and timely services are essential to our clients and we endeavour to seek a speedy resolve to all your family law disputes.
Below are some examples on the types of legal assistance our family lawyers can provide on family law matters.
Family Law Legal Services
Our family law lawyers are proud to assist residents of Southwestern Ontario on a wide array of family law matters including but not limited to:
- Separation Agreements
- Division of Property and Assets
- Child Support
- Variations of Support
- Custody and Access
- Domestic Contracts
- Matrimonial Home Disputes
- Mediation and Alternative Disputes Resolution
- Business Owners and Entrepreneurs
- Collaborative Family Law
- Legal Guardianship
- Same-Sex Divorce
- Paternity Issues & Disputes
- Common Law Separation
- Child Protection
- And more
Why Choose Cohen Highley LLP’s Family Lawyers?
Our family law lawyers are known for their passion and compassion when representing clients. We listen first and ensure our client’s best interests are our number one priority. Family law can be quite complex and navigating these waters with family law lawyers who can protect your rights as well as work towards favourable outcomes is quite important. That’s why we take the time to listen to our clients and ensure that in addition to focusing on your legal needs that we are also looking out for your best interests. We will advise you on various options with respect to your unique situation no matter how seamless or difficult your situation may be. Our family lawyers understand how emotionally and financially challenging family law matters can be and how it can result in a tremendous amount of stress. Our family law team is trained to provide legal guidance with compassion and we ensure that communication is always streamlined because we know how difficult this time can be for you. We are very proud of how client focused our family law lawyers are and understand every case is different. For this reason we value the custom approach we take with our clients and will always treat our clients like a valued member of our team as opposed to a file number.
Our London family lawyers as well as our family law lawyers in our other offices work as a single cohesive team – allowing our family law legal team to assist with your case regardless of where you’re located in Southwestern Ontario. Book a consultation today with our Southwestern Ontario family law lawyers and let us help.
Contact our Family Law Lawyers Today For A Consultation
While our London family lawyers are headquartered out of London, Ontario – we also have family law lawyers based out of Strathroy, Stratford, Chatham, Kitchener and Sarnia. Since our firm’s inception – we have helped a multitude of individuals across Southwestern Ontario with their family law legal issues and have earned a reputation for putting our client’s and their families’ best interests first. We advise clients on their options and encourage for a speedier resolve on legal disputes so that your family law dispute is settled in a cost efficient manner. Book a consultation with our family law legal team today and let us help you.
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