Family Lawyers in Mississauga
Practice Area
Family Law

Compassionate & Experienced Family Lawyers

At Aastha Lawyers, we understand that in addition to a legal and practical change of relationship status, divorce can have a temporary or lasting financial impact on an individual’s life. Our attorneys are experienced in all aspects of family law and can help alleviate your stress pertaining to the legalities of your case.

Family Lawyers

We represent men and women (married or common law) in an overarching range of legal matters and help resolve disputes by negotiation or litigation. You can trust our divorce lawyers in Mississauga to protect your legal rights in complex or simple scenarios elevated by multifaceted intricate issues like the division of marital property, child custody, or others. We endeavor to resolve your matters by outlining the best solutions that advantage your interests without lengthy and costly rigmarole.

The Lawyer You Choose Makes all the Difference

At Aastha Lawyers, our expert panel of lawyers will navigate you through specific family-related financial and legal issues. While our jurisdiction is Ontario, we typically assist local as well as international clients who need to join the legal proceeding in Toronto, GTA or neighbouring areas.

Irrespective of the varying levels of complexity and conflict of interest of each client, our divorce lawyers have a proven track record and the trust of the past clients and colleagues alike. We focus on your needs and develop a legal strategy tailored to your financial, emotional, and legal needs so that you can get past what happened and focus on what’s coming next. Our high success rate in assisting our clients and bringing about resolutions even when there seems none is what makes us what we are.

Get expert confidential guidance from experienced lawyers who have helped hundreds of individuals in their life’s unexpected challenges We work as a team to create synergy and put forth an out-of-the-box strategy.

Our specialty areas of work include:

  • Separation Agreement
  • Divorce
  • Spousal support
  • Child support
  • Child custody and access
  • Equalisation of Matrimonial Property