Calgary Family Law
When it comes to Family Law, Divorce or common law separation, Mainwood Legal Services is on your side.
We understand that when it comes to family law, every single case is unique. We are here to understand your specific case and help you through a stressful and challenging time. Our goal is to help you make crucial decisions to move forward with your new life, with the people and property you deserve to have in it.
Make sure you have the right team standing beside you, protecting your needs, finances, and assets. Simply put, have the right team looking after your future.
Children and Family Law
One of the most difficult parts of a divorce or separation is making the right decisions for the children involved in the process.
Your children will be your most crucial factor in a divorce settlement. We help guide you through understanding child custody, parenting issues, who will be the parent the children live with on a regular basis, how often each parent gets to see the children, who is responsible for child support (and how much), as well as what will be in the best interest of your children. In such a trying time, know that Mainwood Legal is here to help you, in the easiest, most cost effective manner possible.
You are not alone! Use the form below, or call 403-720-2712 to discuss your options and next steps today.
OUR CALGARY FAMILY LAW LEGAL TEAM
Our team of expert family law, child custody, and divorce lawyers are ready to help you.
Recent Family Law Blog Posts
Its a question we're too often asked, "I want a divorce and my spouse won't leave our home – What can I do?" Here, Brian Warrington a senior Calgary family and divorce lawyer with Mainwood Legal shares his insights.
Concluding a 3 day child custody trial brought relief to an Alberta parent. Condemning the other parent, a Judge directed a child to stay in the Father’s care.
An Ontario judge ruled that Covid concerns or not, the virus is no reason to deny child access. Citing the potential for confusion to children, that children need “all” adults in their lives, that cooperation was needed, a Father was still entitled to child access despite the Mother’s concerns.
Bill C-78 will update old child-custody terminology, rules for family relocation, and definitions of family violence Originally featured on CanadianLawyerMag.com on January 7, 2020, by Bernise Carolino. The new year is expected to usher in major changes to Canada’s divorce laws, most of which will take effect on July 1, 2020. Family law has not […]
Our Family Law services team is ready to assist you with:
- Divorce, both uncontested and contested, negotiating settlements outside of the court system
- Parenting issues
- Child support, ensuring that your children have their best interests looked after
- Spousal support (including non-married partners), understanding who pays (if anyone), how much, when, and so forth
- Fair division of property
- Separation Agreement
- Divorce Judgment
- Referring third party intervention if required (i.e. going through the court process)