Legal Guidance For Family Law Issues
Making the decision to separate or divorce your partner can be difficult. You need to consider where you will live, how you will divide your assets and make arrangements for children involved.
Based in Kingston, Ontario, the lawyers of Ryder-Burbidge Hurley Foster provide a wide range of legal services to help you find a solution to any domestic disputes that arise during your separation or divorce.
Spousal Support Payments
The most common questions surrounding spousal support payments are:
How long will the payments last?
How much will the payments be?
How do I amend the payments if our situation changes?
At Ryder-Burbidge Hurley Foster, we sit down and talk to you about how the law applies to your situation. Whether you are the payee or the payor, our goal is to make sure support payments suit your financial situation and protect your lifestyle.
Child Support And Child Custody
Ontario legislation ensures that a child’s interests are always paramount in any separation or divorce proceeding. At Ryder-Burbidge Hurley Foster, our goal is to help couples maintain a stable environment for their child. We effectively negotiate issues of custody, access, parenting plans, child support payments and other issues of care that may arise.
Marriage And Cohabitation Agreements
We advise you to seek legal assistance in drafting a pre-nuptial or cohabitation agreement, for the simple reason that it is an important document and you don’t want to agree to something that you don’t fully understand, or to agree to something without knowing your options and considering possible scenarios that our lawyers can help you with.
Similarly, if you are your spouse are discussing separation, a lawyer’s assistance in drafting a Separation Agreement is can be very helpful. It can ensure that the provisions in your agreement are enforceable, even if circumstances change in the future. It can be flexible and respond to the ideas you or your spouse have. If you consult with a lawyer, you can be assured that your legal rights and options have been fully considered. You can understand more fully what your options are, so that you will be more confident and secure in the final agreement you reach.