Family Law

Family law is the most emotional and delicate law. It may affect or influence different parts of your life; from your children to financial issues which can last for many years.

We fight for our clients’ rights in all elements related to family law. This includes divorce, custody and access, spousal support, kids’ support, as well as the department of property.

Kazandji law has a record of success among Ontario Lawyers. We additionally discuss separation agreements on our clients’ behalf and can help with the complicated situation like kidnapping children, assist you in taking steps to get your baby back.

Child Custody

Asking for child custody is a legal right. At Kazandji law, what we can help you with is,

Per federal law- protection and parenting arrangements must be within the child’s little interest.

If the parents couldn’t agree on the solution for custody, then the court will have to decide, which is where the counsel of a lawyer will be essential for everyone involved.


The most effective ground needed for divorce is marriage breakdown in keeping with the Divorce Act, which may be defined by anybody of the following:

Must be living separately for almost a year.

  • Physical abuse
  • Mental abuse
  • Adultery

However, many people are separated but prefer to live under the same roof. This is the situation where a lawyer will notify you about the terms and conditions of the divorce.

It is not easy to file a divorce; it is quite challenging. It is somehow important to discuss it with a lawyer about the aspects and what documents will be needed and what will be the procedure of the divorce.

Parental Isolation

When one of the parents turns their children against their ex-partner, then the court will change the custody verdict and switch the custody to the alienated parent.

Types of Custody:

Sole custody is one of the types of custody where the parent who has the custody of their kid can make decisions about their education, religion, and other major things related to life without informing the other parent.

Joint custody is the custody where both the parents have the right to make decisions of their child regarding health, education, religion, etc. Both parents need to cooperate in order to raise their children in a healthy environment.

Shared custody is where both the parents have equal time to spend with their kids.

Split custody means if a couple has two or more kids, at least one infant often resides with every parent.

Child Access

Mostly, the parent who does not have custody of the kids gets the right of access to the child. If the parents have sole custody, the other one gets right to meet their kid. Although, they will not have the right to take his or her life decisions.

Child Support

When parents separate or divorce, their youngsters have a legal right to financial aid. However, it’s a tough time for the entire family, it is essential to have an experienced attorney on your facet to determine the amount of child help you’re entitled to.

The federal government dictates some pointers for child assist at the same time as some fall underneath provincial or territorial law. The quantity of child support likewise depends on the family’s financial situation.

Spousal Support

If the couple is separated and one of the partners is not financially stable, and the other one earns more, they must support their ex-partner.

Judges keep in mind a range of things while it comes to spousal help. It includes how much the individual requesting support needs to fulfill their needs, how plenty the other character can come up with the money to pay, etc.

If you are not financially so strong, you must claim for the support in order to be self-sufficient.

Division of property

When a marriage dissolves, the property that was purchased by a spouse during the wedding should be divided equally between both partners.