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MacLeod Family Law specializes in all legal aspects arising out of the breakdown of relationships.  They have a reputation for quality, efficiency, and cost effectiveness.  Their approach is simple.  They are committed to finding innovative ways to solving complex family legal matters through alternative dispute resolution methods such as negotiation, mediation, and arbitration (learn more). When these methods fail, the lawyers at MacLeod Family Law will strategically advocate for the rights of their clients at all levels of court (learn more).

Cost Effective

MacLeod Family Law recognizes that there is no value in a prolonged separation.  That’s why the lawyers at MacLeod Family Law work directly with you to determine the best approach to resolving your matter.  Once you have decided on an approach,  your lawyer will work tirelessly to ensure your matter is resolved in the most expeditious manner.

At MacLeod Family Law we respect that our client’s time and resources are finite.  This is why we do not take an expensive and inefficient “team approach”.  At MacLeod Family Law you will be assigned one lawyer who will be thoroughly familiar with your matter.  This will ensure the best use of your time and resources and that no time or expense will be wasted on other lawyers or staff becoming acquainted with your file.  You will never be expected to pay for the training of inexperienced lawyers or staff.  An inexperienced lawyer or staff member will never work on your file without your express consent.

If your family legal matter requires an efficient and cost effective approach, contact MacLeod Family Law for an initial consultation.


The lawyers at MacLeod Family Law are knowledgeable and experienced and can assist you with all aspects arising out your relationship breakdown.  They have acted in a wide range of family disputes in the courts, during mediations/arbitrations, and in negotiations, including the following:

  • Parenting and custody disputes, including unilateral access reduction, unilateral access denial, and parental alienation cases;
  • Child and spousal support disputes, specifically involving self-employed spouses and/or high income earners;
  • The division of family assets, including business, corporate, and farm assets, and cases where a spouse holds a disproportionate share of the family assets;
  • Financial investigation of complex property and business transactions;
  • Analysis and use of expert evidence;
  • Pensions, trusts, and taxation;
  • Family business matters;
  • Premarital contacts;
  • Parenting agreements;
  • Cohabitation agreements;
  • Separation agreements;
  • Divorce;
  • Common-law relationships;
  • Same-sex relationships;
  • Succession Planning;
  • Wills and Powers of Attorney;
  • Child Abduction
  • Child Adoption;
  • Legal Research and Opinions; and
  • Court procedural expertise including motions, conferences, and trials;

If your family legal matter requires skill and attention to detail, contact MacLeod Family Law for an initial consultation.