Deciding whether to retain a family lawyer is difficult, not to mention choosing the right lawyer for you. Lawyers tend to be expensive, but a good lawyer is a worthwhile investment when parenting arrangements or significant assets are in dispute. The law is complicated and ever-evolving. Without the guidance of experienced counsel, many people unwittingly damage their chances of success. Family matters are often stressful and emotionally charged, and the implications of acting (or not acting) on sound legal advice can be very unfortunate.
Brooke A. MacLeod
As Brooke has participated in family law since 2005, she has a wide range of experience dealing with cases in both Provincial and Supreme Court. She is dedicated to using her experience to help guide and support her clients.
Brooke offers 1-hour initial consultations.More Details
Sarah E. Miller
Sarah's acute skills as a negotiator often enable her to obtain favourable out-of-court settlements for her clients. However when necessary, she will fiercely represent her clients in court to receive a fair and just outcome.