Experience Family Law Barrister & Solicitor in New Tecumseth
Much of Canadian family law is based on statutes. That can be confusing if you are trying to determine child support, spousal support, or any other of a number of family issues. Roxanne Shank can help you wade through the statutes and determine your best course of action in your family case. She can help answer your questions when it concerns separations, division of property, and child custody.
Legal Matters: My adult daughter and her three children moved in, months ago with my husband and I. She sleeps and cries all day, and leaves the children to us. My husband says “It is her or him.” What do I do?
Legal Matters: My wife and I are always fighting and we can see that it is hurting the kids. We know the marriage is over, but I am scared to leave because of the children. What can we do?
Legal Matters: My partner is now critically ill. She has children from a previous relationship, but they have always lived with us. Once she passes on how can I ensure that they continue to live with me?
Legal Matters: My Ex is Really Nasty When He Calls Me. I Have Asked Him to Stop, but He Persists. What Can I Do?
Legal Matters: The Risks of Representing Yourself in Family Court
Legal Matters: You’re Separated but Your Children are Travelling with Grandparents – What to Do
Legal Matters: Separated Parents Seek Advice on Paying for Daycare
Legal Matters: When My Wife and I Met, She Had a Child Who I Later Adopted. Now She is Leaving Me and Wants Me to Pay Child Support. Is This Right?
Legal Matters: When We Split Up, We Agreed that the Children Would Live with My Spouse.
Legal Matters: Do Grandparents Have Any Rights During a Custody Battle
Legal Matters: Navigating Child Custody Agreements
Legal Matters: Is Common Law Really the Same as Marriage?
Legal Matters: Schedule Kids Time With Each Parent
Legal Matters: Regaining Access to Your Child After Hair Follicle Tests Suspended by Lab