Family law is the branch of law that governs the legal ties between different members of the same family, united by marriage, civil union, a cohabitation contract, kinship or adoptive filiation.
Since there are many legal rules that can positively or negatively influence the rights and obligations arising from family ties, it is essential to be well advised in this area of the law, and well represented in the event that you are involved in a dispute relating to, but not limited to, alimony, cohabitation contracts, divorce, unjust enrichment, compensatory allowance, protection of the family residence, legal separation, donation, safeguard order, division of co-ownership, pension plans, or division of family patrimony.
Thanks to its diversified professional experience, acquired both locally and nationally, the group of jurists affiliated with PSP Legal working in the field of family law can help you assert your rights if you are involved in a dispute, wherever you are in Quebec.
The primary objective of PSP Légal, a group of independent lawyers, notaries and corporate service firms, is to provide access to justice and legal knowledge, by offering quality legal tools, advice and services online, by telephone or in person, at reasonable costs. The jurists affiliated with PSP Legal can assist you by advising you on the legal rights and obligations arising from your family relationships, whether these relate to a spouse or a child.
With their human and personalized approach, the jurists affiliated with PSP Legal and the tools they put at your disposal can reassure you and give you the support you need to get through the legal process, which can sometimes be an ordeal. With a group of jurists specializing in family law, you'll have the support you need to deal with the various difficulties you may encounter in the course of these sometimes complex procedures.
Competent jurists working within a national network of litigators and solicitors put their experience and expertise at your disposal. We look forward to hearing from you, whatever your dispute.
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