Family, Person and Successions
At your disposal.
Our team will help you through the various stages of an estate dispute. In particular, we will assist you in the files of accountancy, replacement of liquidator or in the procedure of cancellation of a will.
We advise you in disputes or obligations between de facto spouses, divorces, alimony, child custody, recognition or contestation of paternity and adoption in Quebec or abroad.
We also draft various contracts related to spousal relationships, such as cohabitation and marriage contracts.
Mandates in case of incapacity, wills and powers of attorney are instruments drawn up by our lawyers or notaries and which will give you peace of mind. Other mechanisms for the protection of individuals such as curatorship, tutorship and advisership may also be the subject of steps led by our team of lawyers.
Our mediation coaching allows you to know exactly what your rights are and to establish in detail what to expect during the mediation process. You will be able to make the appropriate decisions in an informed manner. Our team is also made up of accredited mediators.
- Amicable settlement
- Child Custody
- Child Support
- Cohabitation Contract
- Consent to Care
- Defamation Law
- Divorce and Separation
- Estate Litigation
- Estate Planning
- Family Law
- Family Mediation
- Human Rights
- Inheritance Law
- Liquidation of Succession
- Marriage Contract
- Matrimonial Litigation
- Name change
- Non-Litigious Inheritance Matters
- Parental Authority
- Protection Mandates
- Protective Custody
- Recognition and Contestation of Paternity
- Replacing Liquidator
- Tutorship and Curatorship
- Will Homologation (Probate)
- Wills Planning
- Wills Verification
- Youth Law
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