Aurora Family and Civil Litigation Lawyer
A lawyer that protects your family’s interests.
Our Practice Areas
We help navigate complex and serious legal issues across family law, wills & POA, civil litigation and real estate transactions.
Going through a divorce is an emotionally and financially challenging time. Our priority is to see you through this time of uncertainty and help you and your family move forward.
WiLLS & POA
We help individuals to prepare Powers of Attorney for Property and Powers of Attorney for Personal Care to select an individual of your choosing who will make important decisions on your behalf in the event that you are unable to.
No one wants to need a civil litigation lawyer but, unfortunately, you may find yourself in a private dispute where you will need to have a lawyer in your corner. We will inform you of the law and strategically plan your advocacy to reach the best possible outcome in your matter.
Whether you are purchasing, selling, refinancing or mortgaging a property, we can assist you by ensuring that all facets of these transactions go smoothly with all essential documents and registration completed properly.
Geraldine grew up advocating against injustices. As a child, she saw firsthand how a lack of familiarity with the law could disadvantage those who simply did not understand their rights. This set in motion her drive to use her voice and stand up for those who needed to be heard.
When you need help, we’re here. Contact us right away so we can ensure we give you the right information before you take action.
Find Out Your Rights And What To Consider
Depending on your situation, you may have specific rights and considerations; we can help outline what those are and help you navigate complex law.
We Get To Work
Once we’re retained, we dig deep and create a plan to help you with the best possible result.
When your dream home purchase turns into a nightmare In Ontario, when you buy a home or condominium, you sign a contract called an Agreement of Purchase and Sale. Most of the time, the buyer also puts down a deposit which is a percentage of the property value. It is legally binding and getting out […]
Custody and access are some of the most misunderstood concepts of Family Law. Knowing the difference, and what is right for you and your child, is key. Custody refers to who makes decisions for the child about important things like education, religion, and medical treatment. Joint custody is when both parents make decisions together. Sole […]
Who can force the sale of real estate? Real estate ownership usually starts off with feelings of excitement, balanced with a healthy dose of nerves. There’s hope for a bright future and years of enjoyment of the property, but also the responsibility of having to pay all of the bills associated with it. You might […]