How To Protect Your Legal Rights In Your Separation, Divorce or Family Law Case
By the time you finish reading this page, you will know exactly what you must do to protect your legal rights in your family law, divorce or separation situation.
STOP and think of all the ways your life will be better off when you set up an appointment with an experienced family law and divorce lawyer to protect your legal rights in your separation or divorce.
Now imagine you had the opportunity to have Thomas O’Malley, an experienced family law and divorce lawyer, and author of Canadian Divorce and Separation Made Easier, give you one-on-one legal advice and recommendations. How much will the chances of protecting your legal rights improve as a result? How much will your life change? A lot, wouldn’t you think?
After you have read this short page and come to your initial consultation with Mr. O’Malley, you will feel the true value of your consultation in understanding how to protect your legal rights and solving your family law problems.
A Simple Solution To Your Family Law Problems and Fears
You don’t put up a building without planning it in advance. If you did, it might easily fall down. The strongest buildings have architects, who first carefully plan out the design of the building, creating a “blueprint” for the builders to follow. The builders no longer have to worry about where to place the next part of the building; they just follow the blueprint.
Similarly, it makes sense to have a blueprint to follow when you want to protect your legal rights and solve your family law problems so you can safeguard your future and move on with your life.
You get this detailed blueprint on how to protect your legal rights and solve your family law problems when you come to your consultation with Thomas O’Malley.
Here’s a fact for you: Your consultation is a small investment that will deliver tremendous benefits to you.
To protect your family law rights, please call Thomas now at (905) 434-8837(905) 434-8837 to start solving your separation, divorce or family law issues today.
Here’s some more critical information on exactly how Thomas O’Malley protects your family law rights by negotiating a separation agreement or family law settlement for you:
And here’s exactly what you need to know about how he handles your family court or divorce legal case:
When you hire Mr. O’Malley to help solve your family law issues, you immediately get some peace of mind knowing that an experienced family law and divorce lawyer is working very hard for you to solve your separation and divorce legal issues.
You can clearly see the benefits of hiring an experienced family law lawyer to help solve your family law issues.
Why delay putting off this vital decision to call our office to set up your initial consultation?
What To Do If You Are Already (or about to get) Separated or
Divorced… Or… You Are Already In Family Court
in Durham Region!
Here’s the bottom line…Follow these steps to protect your legal rights in your separation, divorce or family law situation:
- Call Thomas O’Malley, family law and divorce lawyer and author of Canadian Divorce and Separation Made Easier, today at (905) 434-8837(905) 434-8837 to set up your initial consultation.
- You will find it very helpful to prepare in advance your key questions about your divorce or family law situation for Mr. O’Malley that you want answered at your consultation.
- Thomas O’Malley will give you specific advice and recommendations at your consultation on the actions should take to protect your legal rights and reach a reasonable settlement with your spouse.
Everyone who comes to a consultation with Thomas O’Malley about their family law issues gets specific advice and recommendations that help them protect their legal rights and successfully work their way through their separation, divorce and family law struggles and complexities.
Now listen closely: The important thing, my friend, is take action now to set up your initial consultation. Call our office today at (905) 434-8837(905) 434-8837 to protect your legal rights.
So it’s up to you:
A month or two months from today, you can be nothing more than a few months older-or you can be on your way to solving your separation, divorce or family law problems and issues.
I salute you for taking time out of your busy day to improve your life.