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EXPERIENCE RESOLVING FAMILY CONFLICT

Family law issues are often complex, emotional and contentious, and may involve not just the interests of the parties, but of their children, extended family members, family businesses and financial assets. When these issues arise, the legal team at Pace Law has the skills, experience and sensitivity to protect your interests, advocate your position and achieve a fair resolution.

WE'RE HERE TO HELP

Whether we are negotiating a resolution or litigating to get you your desired result, you can be sure we will leave no stone unturned.  We are relentless in our pursuit to protect your legal rights and achieve extraordinary results.

You can rely on our family law lawyers to provide you with timely, strategic and cost effective representation.  We regularly assist clients in the negotiation and drafting of family law related legal documents and agreements, such as, Separation Agreements; we are experienced, prudent and tactful in the Alternative Dispute Resolution process (ADR), such as negotiations, mediations and arbitrations and our family law lawyers are skilled and experienced in representing our clients during all stages of the court process with the aim to ensure your legal rights and interests are protected.

AREAS OF PRACTICE

Separation / Divorce

Separation / Divorce

A separation or divorce can have a long-term impact on your future, and the future of your children. Our lawyers will guide you every step of the way through the divorce process, making it as worry and hassle free as possible.

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Child Custody / Access

Child Custody / Access

When two people have a child together and decide not to continue their relationship whether it was a one-time encounter, dating, common law or marital relationship, a number of questions will quickly arise. Who will have custody? Which parent will the child reside with?

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Child Support

Child Support

Child support is paid to the parent with whom the child resides with the majority of the time; typically this parent is referred to as the “primary caregiver”. Child support is considered the right of the child, not the parent receiving the money for the child. It is assumed that a parent that receives child support will use that money to take care of the child.

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Spousal Support

Spousal Support

Spousal support is often referred to as alimony. Whatever you choose to call it, one thing we know is it is very often a highly contentious issue between spouses. Married spouses, and in some cases, unmarried spouses can have the obligation to support one another financially.

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Property Division

Property Division

If you are contemplating a separation or are currently going through one, naturally you have concerns about your financial stability going forward.

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Domestic Contracts

Domestic Contracts

Many people want to make a written agreement about how they want to arrange parts of their life together, whether they are coupled or separated. More specifically, how they want to handle finances, property division and spousal support during the relationship or in the event of a separation. These types of agreements are called Domestic Contracts.

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PROTECTING YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS

Whether you’re dealing with issues of Separation, Child Custody, Child Support, Spousal Support, Property Division, or Domestic Contracts, at Pace Law we’ve dealt with it all. At Pace Law firm, we have been serving the community for over 40 years securing a high success rate and reasonable outcome for all our clients.

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