Contact Davies Law Firm in Toronto

Davies Law Firm in Toronto invites you to request a consultation by completing our online request form. You may also call our law firm directly to schedule your consultation.

During your initial consultation, our Toronto family law lawyer will address the issues you are facing to develop a comprehensive strategy to fit your needs. As a seasoned family lawyer, Tanya Davies will analyze your case to determine the most appropriate and effective course of action to take. Her goal is to help settle your case with very little emotion and financial distress as quickly as possible.

The following are some questions which Ms. Davies will address during your initial consultation appointment:


Has your spouse been hiding assets?
What will happen to the family home?
Will you receive your fair share of the marital assets?
What will happen to investments?
How will the valuation of your assets be conducted for the purpose of distribution?


How will spousal support be determined?
How will divorce affect a professional practice/partnership?
How will your business or job be affected?


How much child support will be awarded?
How will custody be awarded?
What measures can you take to gain custody/what mistakes to avoid that may jeopardize your parental rights?

Proactive Measures

How can you protect your assets until a settlement has been reached?
What can you do to strengthen your position?


What can you realistically expect your costs to be based on your specific set of circumstances?
How can you avoid a litigious and costly divorce?

Additionally, we encourage you to bring a list of any other questions you may have about separation and divorce, child custody and access, child support, spousal support, and other family law issues and concerns.

Davies Law Firm looks forward to assisting you in your family law matters and helping you achieve the desired outcome while protecting your best interests.

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