Trusted Legal Solutions in Mississauga and the Greater Toronto Area

At our law firm in Mississauga, Canada, we offer a wide range of legal services to individuals, businesses, and organizations throughout the Greater Toronto Area. We are committed to providing practical and effective solutions to our clients’ legal needs, while maintaining the highest standards of professionalism, integrity, and ethics. Whether you are dealing with a complex legal issue or simply need guidance on a legal matter, we are here to help. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.

Family Law

  • Uncontested or contested dissolution of marriage
  • Legal documents outlining separation terms in Ontario
  • Agreements made before marriage, such as prenuptial or marriage contracts
  • Matters related to child custody, support, and unpaid payments
  • Changing previously established legal orders
  • Foreign divorces
  • Independent legal advice for impartial guidance
  • Division of shared assets and property

Dealing with a family law matter can be a difficult and trying time.  SR Law Firm,  strive to make this process as seamless as possible for you.

Free Consultation

SR law firm is easily accessible through email and phone, so that we can promptly provide guidance and support whenever you need it.

We understand that you may have inquiries and need help determining your next steps. To simplify this process, we offer complimentary consultations for new clients.

Separation Agreement

After a separation, a legal document known as a separation agreement is drawn up between two partners. This contract is legally binding and defines the rights of both parties in regards to several matters. By creating a detailed separation agreement early on, both parties can progress with their lives while waiting for the court to finalize the divorce. This agreement allows for a smoother transition and ensures that both parties’ rights are protected.

Child Support

Child support refers to the financial assistance paid by one parent to the other to help with the expenses of raising their child. The amount of child support is determined based on guidelines that take into account the payor’s income, the number of children, and the province of residence. The parents’ marital status is not a factor in the determination of child support. In some cases, individuals who assume a parental role, such as a step-parent, may be obligated to provide child support.

Spousal Support

Spousal support refers to the financial assistance one former partner pays to the other after the end of a marriage or relationship. Its purpose is to alleviate the financial burden on a spouse or common-law partner who relied on the other partner financially during the relationship.

If you are going to be providing or receiving spousal support, we can offer guidance and address any concerns you may have.