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Welcome! Like many people, you've been educating yourself about family law on the internet, and now you're ready to take the next step.
Maybe you've just separated from your spouse or maybe you're just thinking about it. Maybe you're even one of those proactive people who wants to know how to protect yourself before you move in with someone special.
It's a great idea to get an understanding of the system, and you always have the option of doing it yourself, but just like that bathroom reno you've always dreamed of, more often than not, if you're not an expert, the result can be both costly and impossible to live with later.
Some people are naturally great at everything but that's not everybody, and unlike construction, you can't always fix a bad result by calling in an expert later.
Here's the good news: there are lots of options to resolve your family law issues that don't involve going to court, and if court is in the cards, you don't have to go it alone.
I am proud to offer you a range of important services to help you resolve your family law issues in a way to suit your needs. I am dedicated to providing you with the information you need to make the decisions so critical to your family, as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible.
Families are not "one size fits all" and neither are the solutions they need when things go sideways. It all depends on your special circumstances.
To learn more about the services I can offer you, please feel free to explore this website and then call me at +1.604.777.3052 and ask for Janet. Or if you like, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Janet L. Clark
Suite 489, 604 Columbia Street
New Westminster, BC V3M 1A5
Monday to Friday
9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
(except statutory holidays)
Janet recognizes and acknowledges the Qayqayt First Nation, as well as all Coast Salish peoples on whose traditional and unceded territories she lives and does her work. Acknowledging Traditional Territory is a way to honour and show respect to the original inhabitants of this land.
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Adult and Child Adoptions
Arbitration (Like Court, but Private)
Collaborative Law Matters
Court Applications and Trials
Custody and Child Support Claims
Divorce and Annulments
Independent Legal Advice
Marriage and Cohabitation Agreements between 2 or more people
Mediation (as a Mediator or as a Lawyer)
Negotiated Separation Agreements
Property, Asset and Debt Division