DIVORCE & SEPARATION
Divorce is never easy—coping with a broken relationship is heartache enough, but having to maintain a cool head and work through divorce proceedings at the same time is a significant challenge. However, there is help available. At the law office of Max Rapaport, you’ll find experienced legal professionals who can help you quickly and fairly handle divorce.
Not only are divorces on the rise in Canada, but the legal landscape in which they take place is ever-changing. That’s why you need a lawyer who is not only experienced, but also fully up-to-date with current law. We can help you through divorce, whether contested or uncontested, prenuptial agreements, cohabitation agreements, spousal support as well as preservation and restraining orders. Our aim is to give you the legal expertise and support you need to make your divorce as straightforward as possible.
Our divorce lawyer in Ajax will approach and try to resolve conflicts through proper communication, negotiation and necessary legal litigation. Get professional guidance on division of property, custody issues and more. If you do not want to go through the entire court proceedings, we can also help you with mediation methods.
For more than a quarter of a century, Max Rapoport has handled divorce cases in the Durham Region.
Call us today at our Whitby office.
Divorce & Separation: Quick Primer
Ontario law considers a couple to be legally separated if the two are living in separate residences and do not intend to live together again. Does this sentence describe you and your former partner? If so, you should have a legal separation agreement specifying the terms of the separation. Since this agreement will affect you and your children for the remainder of your life, make sure you have the best legal representation you can find. To protect your rights, call Max Rapoport Family Law Services right away before signing anything.
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