Family Lawyers For Men
Family lawyers for men place emphasis on the issues that men face in divorces, disputes, settlements, and child custody matters. Tailor Law provides full services for men involved in family law proceedings, and offers the best solutions in settling family disputes. We pride ourselves on providing special support for men who are seeking assistance with child support payments, custody matters, child protective orders, spousal support payments, and property disputes.
Getting or paying your fair share of support means using the best strategies in family case conferences, hearings, and at trial. Men looking for lawyers with a proven track record can feel confident in the services that Tailor Law family lawyers provide.
Family Lawyers For Women
Family lawyers for women are lawyers who maintain a special focus on the issues that women face in the event of separation and divorce. Divorces are often the most difficult time in one’s life, and Tailor Law appreciates the sensitivity and experience required in settling such matters as seamlessly as possible.
Mothers often share a special bond with their children, and our lawyers understand that financial support, parenting time, and custody of any existing children are issues of the utmost concern. Tailor Law provides full legal services that allow mothers to receive the best advice from experienced family lawyers.
Tailor Law is staffed with a team of female lawyers that provide full support to women facing issues with divorce, spousal support, child custody, child support, and other family law matters. We understand that a familiar face can make all the difference. Feel confident in having a team of lawyers who are on your side. Call now and explore the ways in which Tailor Law can make this difficult time easier to navigate.
Family Lawyers For Common Law Couples
Marriage isn’t for everyone. Common law relationships have become increasingly common as an alternative to official marriage. A common law relationship is one in which the couple is not married, but has lived together for a certain amount of time. You may even have entered into a common law relationship without realizing it. In Ontario, you are considered a common-law couple if you have been living with your partner for at least three years, or for one year if you have a child with your partner.
While a common law relationship holds specific legal status, it is not a relationship that requires a divorce. Couples may end their relationship at any time, without taking legal action. If children, pets, or property are involved, however, certain considerations may need to be met, depending on the length of time that the couple has lived together. Knowing your rights in the event of ending a common law relationship is very important. The lawyers at Tailor law provide legal advice and services pertaining to all common family law matters.
Disability Family Lawyers
Spouses receiving disability benefits face a unique set of challenges in a divorce. Divorce can also exacerbate existing challenges by affecting finances and putting a wrench in established plans for care. If you have been receiving employment or other support payments due to a disability, your spouse is not entitled to these benefits before or after a divorce. Similarly, you are not entitled to your disabled spouse’s benefits.
Disability divorce lawyers understand that disabilities should not provide barriers to an individual’s full participation in life. Divorce shouldn’t be any different. Those with disabilities want a lawyer they can trust. Tailor Law provides exemplary services and accommodations for parties with disabilities, and this is reflected in our track record.
Pre-Nuptial And Post-Nuptial Agreements
When two people decide to get married, they don’t usually plan for the end of the marriage. What happens if the marriage breaks down? A prenuptial agreement is the first step in protecting your assets in a separation and divorce. A prenuptial agreement is an agreement between two parties that is signed before marriage and outlines what should happen if the two parties separate. A prenuptial agreement outlines who the parties are, and what assets and properties each party had prior to marriage. It also sets out future financial considerations following the end of the marriage.
It’s not too late if you are already married. A postnuptial agreement is similar to a prenuptial agreement, but a postnuptial agreement is drafted once two individuals have already married. A postnuptial agreement may offer less financial protection as assets and property could be considered marital property once couples have married. Before getting married, you should strongly consider consulting with one of the family lawyers at Tailor Law.
Free Consultations With Tailor Law Family Lawyers
Knowing your best angle is an important element of our strategy in any legal case. This becomes even more important when child custody or property rights are at stake. A free consultation will steer you in the right direction and allow us to determine how we can best assist you. The lawyers at Tailor Law provide professional, effective services in Mississauga, as well as in North York, Oakville, and throughout the GTA. Call us anytime at 905-366-0202 to book your free consultation with a compassionate and dedicated member of our team.