Separation and Divorce

Divorce and separation bring unique challenges to your life. There is no clear path forward, and unfortunately, there is no "one size fits all" approach. It is essential to be fully informed and be prepared for the future and the potential twists and turns post-separation life can bring you.

Our first approach is always to resolve matters amicably. We like to have a conversation with you, draw up a map and advise you on how we can get from the first step to the last step. Let's first try to resolve the matter through negotiation in a fashion where our focus is always forward.

Unfortunately, sometimes we cannot resolve matters without the use of the court. But that is ok; this is just another path to finding a resolution. Just because we commence the court process does not mean the outcome is automatically a trial. Throughout the court process, there may be ways we can find a settlement before we require a judge to give a decision.

Manraj has experience in Family Law litigation, including trials before the Superior Court of Justice and Appeals from the Divisional Court. He will guide you through the court process and make it as cost-effective and efficient as possible.

What We Do

Areas We Specialize In
  • Parenting time
  • Decision making authority
  • Child support
  • Spousal support
  • Extraordinary expenses
  • Division of assets


Parenting Time

Parenting time (formerly referred to as access) refers to how your child's time is spent. For example, a child could spend 60% of their time with one parent and 40% of their time with another parent.

Decision Making Authority

Decision-making authority (formerly referred to as custody) may be given to one or more parents. This authority allows individuals to decide a child's health, education, religion, and other significant matters.

Child Support

Child support is the financial support one parent pays another to cover a child's expenses. Child support payments are calculated based on the number of children you have, the parent's annual income, and other costs.

Spousal Support

Spousal support is the financial support one spouse provides to their former partner after a separation or divorce, should the circumstances require it.

Extraordinary Expenses

Extradoniary expenses refer to a child's miscellaneous costs not covered by child support. These expenses may include medical bills, educational costs, and extracurricular activities.

Division of Assets

Unless specified otherwise by a pre-nuptial agreement, assets acquired during a marriage must be split when a marriage ends. These assets can include but are not limited to houses, cars, pensions, and money.