Chilliwack Family Lawyers - Our family law practitioners help clients going through the breakdown of a common-law relationship or marriage with services and advice related to divorce, business valuation, prenuptial agreements, and other legal matters. When marital-type relationships falter, clients require sound assistance and advice with respect to agreements governing their business and personal assets.
To minimize the resulting disruptions and to reduce costs for our clients, we work to solve the many issues utilizing a combination of resourcefulness and common sense. Alternate dispute resolutions or direct negotiation are frequently sufficient to solve family problems. However, when suitable, family law matters could proceed to court.
We have family law professionals helping clients in obtaining divorce settlements. The property division and spousal support issues which accompany divorce are dealt with by our knowledgeable family law practitioners. The law governing spousal support is always evolving and complicated. Clients depend on experienced legal assistance in this area in order to protect their interests. Increasingly, separation and cohabitation agreements are subject to review and variation in the courts.
Key assets subject to division in a divorce proceeding usually consist of business holdings. To be able to provide the foundation for an appropriate disposition, the business needs an accurate valuation for the purpose of dividing assets. Our family law company works with the appropriate professionals to guarantee the proper valuation of clients' business holdings.
Many clients wish to choose prenuptial agreement in order to maintain their premarital assets just in case their marriage happens to fail. Our family law practitioners provide recommendation on and structure prenuptial agreements.
A vital part of our family law practice is in the defense of challenges to family trusts. Divorce proceedings can put family trust assets at risk. Estate litigators act to preserve and protect family trust assets whenever a marriage dissolves.
The rights of parents to mobility and access could be compromised after the dissolution of a marriage. Matters usually relate to the parent's ability to relocate to a different country, city or province together with a child of the marriage. Family law works to ensure that the client's rights are considered and protected.
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