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Family Law


Choosing the perfect family lawyer is crucial, ensuring they genuinely care about your needs and priorities. At Dhiman Law, we understand the complexities of family law and approach each case with empathy and attention to detail.

We provide personalized legal services to families, taking into account their unique needs and circumstances. No matter the issue—be it divorce, child custody, Guardianship, Spousal Support, or any other family law matter—we’re dedicated to supporting you every step of the way, aiming for the best outcome possible

We understand that family law matters can be stressful and emotional, which is why we’re committed to offering a safe and supportive space for our clients.

What is Collaborative Law and why should you consider it.

Collaborative law is a unique approach to dispute resolution that emphasizes cooperation and open communication between parties. Contrary to traditional courtroom battles, collaborative law encourages individuals to collaborate with trained professionals, facilitating the discovery of mutually agreeable solutions. Consequently, this approach proves highly effective, especially in family law scenarios like divorce and child custody.

To resolve your dispute through Collaborative process it is important that both the parties commit to resolving their issues outside of the courtroom, setting the stage for a more amicable process. Through joint meetings, we encourage open dialogue and creative problem-solving, fostering an environment where both parties actively participate in crafting solutions. Respectful Negotiation is the vital part of this entire process. Our collaborative law approach places a strong emphasis on respect, even in the face of disagreement.

This foundation helps to build understanding and facilitates compromise. We understand that every situation is unique. Our collaborative law process allows for creative, customized solutions that address the specific needs and goals of all parties involved.


Why should you choose Collaborative Law in place of court room battle?

  • In Collaborative Law you are the active participant, and it gives you more control over the matters to be resolved and the desired outcome.
  • It gives you the privacy and confidentiality of resolving your issues outside the public eye, allowing for more open and honest discussions.
  • Unlike lengthy court battles, collaborative law often leads to quicker resolutions, saving time and reducing emotional stress. It provides the opportunity for out of court settlement to both the parties.
  • The collaborative process can be a more cost-effective alternative to traditional litigation, with fewer court appearances and streamlined proceedings.

How to decide if Collaborative Law is right for me?

While collaborative family law can be a highly effective and amicable approach to resolving disputes, it may not be suitable for everyone. Individuals who fall into certain categories or situations might find that collaborative family law is not the best fit for their needs. Here are some scenarios where collaborative family law may not be the most appropriate option:

  • High Conflict Situations: If the level of conflict between the parties is extremely high, and communication is consistently strained or hostile, the collaborative process may be challenging. It relies on open and respectful communication, which can be difficult to achieve in high-conflict scenarios.
  • One Party Unwilling to Cooperate: For collaborative family law to work, both parties must willingly commit to the process. If one party is uncooperative, uninterested, or unwilling to engage in open communication, the collaborative approach may not be feasible.
  • Domestic Violence or Abuse: In situations involving domestic violence or abuse, the power dynamics may be imbalanced, making it challenging to ensure a fair negotiation process. In such cases, traditional legal avenues may be more appropriate, with a focus on ensuring the safety and well-being of all involved parties.
  • Urgent or Emergency Situations: Collaborative law may not be suitable for situations where urgent, or emergency decisions need to be made. In such cases, seeking immediate court intervention may be necessary.
  • Unresolved Substance Abuse or Mental Health Issues: If one or both parties are dealing with unresolved substance abuse or mental health issues that significantly impact their ability to engage in the collaborative process, alternative legal approaches may be more appropriate.

Before choosing collaborative family law, it’s crucial to assess the specific circumstances of your case. Contact us today to discuss your situation and we can provide guidance on whether collaborative law is a suitable option based on the unique dynamics and challenges of your situation.

Why Hire Dhiman Law?

If you are considering hiring a Family Law firm, it is essential to select the right one. Here are 8 reasons why our Family Law firm is a right choice for you.


Our Lawyer is a Collaborative Law trained Lawyer and has a comprehensive understanding of family law that gives the insight and expertise to provide clients with the best advice and representation possible.


Our Law Firm offers a wide range of Family Law services. We tailor our services to meet the individual needs of our clients.


Our Law Firm has a successful track record of helping clients resolve their Family Law issues. We will negotiate your case, making sure our clients receive the best outcome possible.


We understand that Family Law matters are urgent and time-sensitive. That’s why we are available 24/7 to answer any questions and provide support whenever needed.


We provide personalized attention to each and every one of our clients. Our Lawyer take the time to listen to your concerns and develop a strategy specifically tailored to your individual needs.


We understand that family law matters can be expensive. That’s why our firm offers competitive Fees and payment plans to make sure our clients can afford the legal representation they need.

Our Lawyer has extensive knowledge of the law and stay up to date on all of the latest developments.


We understand that Family Law matters are often stressful and emotional. We provide compassionate yet effective representation to make sure our clients’ rights and interests are protected.

At Dhiman Law, we understand that Family Law matters can be difficult and daunting and are here to provide support and guidance every step of the way. Contact us today to learn more about how our Collaborative Family Law practice can help you.

Or, if you prefer, you can check out the video below for an in-depth exploration of Collaborative Law.

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General Question

Here are answers to some of our clients’ frequently asked questions about Legal Aid, Divorce and Family Law matters.

What is a Legal Aid Ontario (LAO) Certificate?

A Legal Aid Ontario (LAO) Certificate is a document that provides legal services to low-income individuals who may not be able to afford a lawyer. The certificate is issued by LAO, and covers the costs of certain legal services. It can be used to hire a lawyer or to access legal advice and assistance from a community legal clinic. The type of services covered by the certificate and the costs associated with them vary depending on the individual’s financial and legal situation.

What is the legal separation date in a divorce?

The date of separation in Ontario is the date on which one or both spouses decide that the marriage has broken down and that there is no chance of reconciliation. This date is usually used for the purpose of calculating time limits for filing court applications and for dividing family property.

Does a legal separation date affect the division of property?

Yes. The legal separation date may be relevant in determining the division of property. In many jurisdictions, all property acquired after the legal separation date is considered to be separate property and is not subject to equitable distribution.

What is a de facto separation date?

A de facto separation date is the date that the parties begin living separately and apart, without a formal legal separation document. This can occur prior to the filing of a divorce petition and is generally determined by the court based on the facts and circumstances of the case.

Who is entitled for child support after separation in Ontario?

In Ontario, both parents are equally responsible for the financial support of their children. The amount of child support payable is determined by the Federal Child Support Guidelines. For more details contact our office.