Bobila Walker Law, located in Toronto and Richmond Hill, possesses extensive family law experience.
Our experienced team offers legal advice on divorce, child custody, child support, equalization, separation agreements, prenuptial and post-nuptial agreements, litigation of all matrimonial and family law matters.
We understand that our clients can face difficult and emotional situations. We are here assist with these. If you are going through a divorce, child custody dispute or other family law matter, you need someone you trust to guide you through the legal process.
At Bobila Walker Law, we provide effective, intelligent and cost-effective divorce advice to our clients in Toronto and the GTA. Based in Toronto’s financial district, our firm serves clients across the greater Toronto area, including Richmond Hill, Vaughn, Markham, Brampton, North York, New Market, Aurora, Thornhill and others. Our legal team will meet with you personally to understand your unique circumstances. We provide you with all the options and decide with you what is best for your situation.
Emphasizing comprehensive, and cutting-edge service, our Toronto and Richmond Hill family law office offers expertise in professional trial advocacy, negotiation, collaborative law, mediation, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, child custody and support, spousal maintenance, property division, and variations and enforcement.
Your assets and finances must be protected. Our highly skilled divorce lawyers understand how to resolve complex issues, particularly when it comes to costly divorce proceedings, the divisions of marital property and difficult custody matters. Bobila Walker Law is experienced in handling all aspects of family law including, but not limited to:
The issues above are serious matters. To ensure that you rights and finances are protected, we ask you to contact us at 416-847-1859 or via e-mail at email@example.com
The team of Bobila Walker Law assists clients in all aspects of divorce, such as child custody and support, spousal maintenance, and property division, with the goal of helping clients resolve potentially contentious issues.
As Toronto family law lawyers, we thoroughly understand Ontario divorce laws and how they apply in different divorce circumstances. A contested divorce can easily last up to two years or longer, using up your finances through legal fees and experts, increasing tension between the parties and making the relationship with your children difficult.
At Bobila Walker Law we try to resolve these issues in a timely manner so that all parties can move on.
Although Bobila Walker Law are your advocates and aggressively fight for you, the firm is also qualified to assist with alternative dispute resolution (ADR). Our lawyers have participated in mediations and arbitrations, either through the court or private arrangements.
If you are going through a divorce, you are probably concerned about the distribution of your property. How can you equitably distribute items acquired over the course of your marriage? At Bobila Walker Law, our Toronto lawyers excel in Ontario property division laws and can help you to develop a plan to fairly divide your property.
Bobila Walker Law child custody cases with commitment that is in the best interest of the child.
Two of the questions we are often asked is how child support is calculated and if it can be changed. Canada has published child support guidelines that essentially look at the parents’ income, the number of children and the time-sharing arrangement, or how much time each spends with the child.
Spousal support may apply in your Ontario divorce if you were married for any length of time. Spousal support is a payment from a higher-earning spouse to the other to make their incomes and standard of living more equal. It is based on two criteria: need and compensation.
When a couple gets married, Ontario law will define the rights spouses during marriage and divorce.
A separation agreement outlines the rights and responsibilities of both you and your spouse while you live separate and apart lives for a period of time or permanently. It is always advised to have lawyers draft the agreement with the client’s input.
Mediation is a voluntary process where divorcing couples work together with a trained mediator to negotiate and resolve their differences in a non-adversarial forum.