Family law issues can easily become emotionally and financially destructive experiences for all concerned if they are not handled proactively in an effective and timely manner.
You must understand your legal rights and obligations and know when and how to enforce them to protect your future and those you love.
Family law issues can also involve many other complex issues that involve other areas of law (including business, tax, trust and estate and criminal) along with other experts in the medical and accounting fields that may require the involvement of other lawyers, valuators and accountants when needed.
The team of D’Alessio Romero Law Firm is committed to representing your legal rights from start to finish in a wide range of family law matters in the courts and in arbitration, mediation and other types of alternative dispute resolution for issues arising out of:
- Common-law relationships
- Spousal support
- Child support
- Separation agreements
- Cohabitation agreements
- Premarital contracts
- Inter-jurisdictional family law issues
- Parenting and custody of children
- Child Protection
- Guardianship Applications
- Children’s Aid Society
- Property division
- Pensions, trusts, taxation
Although many family law matters are disputed and sharply adversarial, we promote amicable, timely and cost-effective services (before or during the litigation) with the objective of negotiating the best possible outcome for our clients.
It is critical that you contact us immediately to discuss your rights and options.
The first 1 hour consultation is free-of-charge.
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