Family Law Lawyers for Custody and Access

For clients with children, determining custody and access is one of the most important requirements of the separation and divorce process. The primary concern for parents ending a relationship is the care and protection of their children. Mills & Mills LLP has been advising and representing clients in custody and access negotiations for over 130 years. We approach this issue with professionalism and compassion, providing our clients with the benefit of our experience.

In an ideal situation, the parties will agree to terms with respect to the custody and care of their children as part of a formal parenting plan that forms part of a separation agreement. This provides all parties with the benefit of clear guidelines and rules setting out the rights and obligations for the parents. Our lawyers work with parents to come up with a plan that is amenable to both parties, as we believe that the best solution is for the parents to agree to terms without court intervention where possible. If it becomes necessary, our lawyers will zealously represent the interests of our clients and their children in mediation or in court.

Trusted Advisors for Custody and Access Issues

Our lawyers help clients in all areas pertaining to custody and access issues, including:

  • Custody arrangements
  • Parenting plans
  • Child visitation and access
  • Variations of custody and access orders
  • Enforcing custody and access orders
  • Relocations/mobility
  • Parental alienation
  • Mental Health issues
  • Substance abuse issues

Contact the Family Law Lawyers at Mills & Mills LLP

To discuss custody and access issues with experienced and caring professionals, please contact us at 416­-863-0125 or send us an email.

Contact Us

2 St Clair Ave West
Suite 700
Toronto, ON M4V 1L5

Phone: (416) 863-0125

Fax: (416) 863-3997

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