division of assets & debts
Although the courts have severely limited their role to matters that are either urgent or not contested, and many lawyers are unfortunately unavailable or working limited hours, the need for families to separate their financial affairs quickly and affordably has never been more important. We are well suited to continue to serve you and respect the physical distancing that is needed to flatten the curve; instructions can be given through our secure messaging function and documents can easily be provided through our online portal, meetings can occur over the phone or through video conferencing, and in person signing can occur in our meeting room which easily allows for the recommended 2-meter distance.
We are now offering mediation services where the parties are cooperative and want to reach an effective and cost-efficient agreement with, or without, the involvement of another lawyer. For parties who require some advocacy to bridge the gap, we can continue to assist negotiating a settlement with the other lawyer through virtual 4-way meetings. For those parties for whom court may be the only solution, we can continue to compile and prepare the necessary documentation to ensure your file is ready to proceed the moment the court’s doors reopen.
For more information on division of assets and debts matters refer to our blog page.
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