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9 Times when you should call a family law lawyer.

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1.      You are considering separating from your spouse.

2.      You are getting married or planning to cohabit with someone with whom you are in a romantic relationship.

3.      At any time you receive a gift, inheritance and/or insurance proceeds.

4.      You have been married or cohabiting for several years, but signed a contract about your relationship in the past.

5.      You are being named as a beneficiary of a trust and are in a common law relationship or marriage, or are considering ending one.

6.      You are expecting a child.

7.      Your child is going away to university or has returned to reside at home after university, and you are separated from your spouse.

8.      You and/or your former spouse have experienced a significant change in your income.

9.      Your spouse has died and you are entitled to on-going support or insurance proceeds.

About the Author

Maneesha Mehra is an associate at Goldhart & Associates and joined the firm in February 2015 after practicing at several boutique family law firms in Toronto. She was called to the bar in 2006 after articling with a full-service law firm. Maneesha has experience in civil litigation, but has been practising family law exclusively since January 2008.

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