Family Law Lawyers Serving Surrey and Langley
Over 45 years experience practicing family law.
Experienced Family Law Representation
Let the team from Dreyer Davison Lawyers LLP handle all your family law needs. Proudly serving clients in Langley, Surrey, and throughout the Fraser Valley, our team is proficient in all areas of family law, including issues pertaining to children (parenting time, guardianship, and child support) as well as issues concerning adults (spousal support, asset division, and divorce). Our lawyers bring over 45 years of combined experience to the practice of family law in British Columbia.
Family Law Langley
The sensitive, hands-on approach of Dreyer Davison Family Law will help you navigate the maze of the breakdown of a marriage or relationship. Family law encompasses many topics. We’re proud to offer our clients a full array of family law services, whether you need a family lawyer in Surrey, Langley or beyond.
At Dreyer Davison Lawyers, we understand that every client’s familial situation is unique. Perhaps you need a separation agreement, or you require a divorce including the issues of child custody, child and spousal support, and property division.
No matter who you are or what kind of family law assistance you require, the seasoned team from Dreyer Davison Family Lawyers in Surrey, Langley and beyond is here to help you.
Family Law Services
Divorce and Separation Options in the Fraser Valley
The path for getting a divorce is unique to every couple. We understand that sometimes an agreement simply cannot be forged. In these cases, you need to rely on an experienced law firm whose litigators can help you ensure your best interests are met. Our experienced divorce lawyers in Surrey and Langley will present your case to the court with compassion and confidence.
If you are not married, but live together and are separating, you may have common-law matters that need to be resolved. Our family law lawyers are up-to-date with the developments of common-law separations, having helped many clients in common-law relationships navigate separation and relationship breakdown.
Relationship Agreement Preparation
Above all else, when you’re dealing with separation agreements, get it in writing. If you and your spouse or partner have agreed to all terms of the separation, you should still get it in writing! The agreement dictates the terms and conditions you and your spouse have agreed to follow. At Dreyer Davison Lawyers, we often prepare customized prenuptial agreements, separation agreements, and cohabitation agreements for clients in Surrey, Langley, and the Fraser Valley.
Issues Related to Support and Guardianship
Child support is a complicated, delicate matter. If you’re wondering how much child support you owe or need to pay, we can help. As of March 18, 2013, the concept of child guardianship has been evolving by coming into the Family Law Act. The change is more than just a semantic shift; it’s a new way of understanding parenting following a separation. This new model supports each parent’s role, however, different they may be, and different levels of responsibility.
Spousal support differs greatly from child support. There is no set of standard guidelines to guide how much a spouse should pay another in the event of divorce. Spousal support is determined on a case by case basis and is often negotiated in conjunction with a divorce or separation settlement.
Family law disputes are increasingly resolved through alternative dispute resolution options, including mediation. In many situations, mediation is preferable to litigation because it is faster and it costs less. In addition, using mediation to resolve your family law issues helps you retain control over the outcome. When you take a family law issue to trial, you hand over the outcome to the judge, a third party who you’ve probably never met and will not know all of the intricacies of your family.