Skilled Advice On Matters Involving Children
All parents have legal responsibilities toward their children. Whether you are a single, married, common-law or same-sex parent, the law obliges you to care for your children and to do so with their best interests in mind. But when parents separate or divorce, they may disagree about what actually constitutes the best interests of their children.
At Smyth Hoover Sandhu, we have been advising on child-related legal matters since 1995. We can help you sort through the issues and determine the best arrangement aimed at ensuring your child’s welfare after you part ways with your co-parent.
Service In A Range Of Child-Related Matters
Our lawyers are skilled in a variety of legal issues involving children. Whether simple or complex, negotiated or litigated, we can guide you on:
- Determining the best child custody arrangements
- Practical planning for access, parenting time and contact
- Investigating efforts by one parent to alienate a child from the other parent
- Arranging ongoing financial support for children
- Advice with respect to grandparents, step-parents, parental relocation and adoption
- Guardianship arrangements
- Parenting plans
Objective, Frank Legal Advice
Our lawyers practice exclusively in family law. With over eight decades of experience shared between our lawyers, we have helped thousands of clients in Vancouver and surrounding areas and throughout British Columbia. As legislation and court cases advance, we keep abreast of the latest developments to provide you the most accurate and reliable legal advice possible.
As a firm, we hold ourselves to high levels of professionalism. After listening to your needs and goals, we will provide a candid assessment of your case. By educating you on applicable laws and providing an honest opinion, we put you in the best position to make an informed decision.
Request A Complimentary Consultation
We are confident that we can help you find the best legal solution for you and your children. To that end, we offer a free 30-minute in-person consultation to discuss your case. Arrange an appointment today by calling our Port Moody offices at 604-942-6560 or emailing us through our site’s online form.