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Professional Supportive Legal Advice
for Your Divorce and Family Law Needs

We offer the following legal services:

  • Annulments
  • Divorce
  • Separation Agreements
  • Marriage Contracts
  • Co-Habitation Agreements
  • Variation of all Domestic Contracts and Agreements
  • Variation of Court Orders
  • Collaborative Law
  • Equalization of Family Assets
  • Restraining Orders
  • Child and Spousal Support and variation (Click here to calculate your child and spousal support payment.)
  • Child Custody
  • Parental Alienation
  • Child Access issues for parents and grandparents
  • Child Welfare Law including Children's Aid, Catholic Children Aid and Jewish Family Services
  • Spousal Assaults
  • Second Opinions

A Network of Divorce Experts to Help Resolve Complex Cases

Family law issues can become very difficult and complex.It is important that I have a group of qualified professionals including Accountants, Appraisers and Counsellors that are available who can help resolve issues in order to complete and finalize a fair and comprehensive settlement.

While the vast majority of cases are settled without recourse to the Courts, it may be necessary to commence a Court Application.

Litigation vs Negotiation

Litigation is commenced when negotiations breakdown, either due to the complexity of the issues or the failure of a party to negotiate in good faith. My 35 years of experience allows me to make the proper decision when to negotiate and when to litigate.

Free Initial Telephone Consultation 

Please call us at (416) 733-1400 or email us at to schedule a free initial telephone consultation with me, Stan Potter.

We offer a 5% discount to Divorce Magazine readers. Please quote this discount code when you call to schedule your consultation: "Case Closed".

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