Litigation: For clients who need to resolve their legal disputes through the traditional Ontario court system, by applying to the courts or responding to a court proceeding in order to seek a court order on the issues in dispute.
Mediation: For clients seeking to resolve their legal disputes on consent with the assistance of a mutually agreeable, neutral mediator.
Arbitration: For clients unable to settle their legal disputes on consent, but still seeking to resolve their dispute privately outside the court system. Clients select a neutral third-party arbitrator who is given the contractual authority to conduct a hearing and make a binding decision about the dispute.
Drafting Domestic Contracts: For clients seeking a cohabitation or marriage contract, in order to protect their rights and interests prior to or during cohabitation or marriage. For clients in the process of separating or have who have already separated and seeking a separation agreement to provide for any issue arising from the separation, including issues about childrenand finances.
Counsel Facilitated Negotiation: For clients who do not wish to incur the expense of retaining a third-party mediator, counsel facilitated negotiations provides clients with legal representation during the negotiation and finalization of a private settlement, at any stage of matter.
Appeals: For clients seeking to appeal an existing order of the court or arbitration award.
Independent Legal Advice: For clients seeking independent legal advice with respect to a cohabitation, marriage or separation contract drafted by the other party or their lawyer.
Case Assessment: For clients seeking a second opinion with respect to the status of their matter or options for forward going strategy.
Legal Opinions: For clients seeking a legal opinion with respect to a specific area of law.
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