Decision-Making and Parenting Time
Decision-making responsibility (previously referred as “custody”) is the right to make major decisions about how to care for and raise your child. Parenting time (previously referred as “access”) pertains to the time the child spends in your care.
Child Support and Special or Extraordinary Expenses
Child support is the amount of money that one parent pays to the other parent to help pay for the cost of caring for the child.
To address the economic consequences of spousal relationships, a married spouse or divorced spouse may apply for spousal support.
Equalization of Net Family Property
When married spousal separate, they will want to deal with the division and equalization of property that they acquired throughout the marriage.
A domestic contract dealing with rights and obligations arising from your relationship and its breakdown on either a final or temporary basis.
Nikan works closely with her clients, making sure that they understand their rights each step of the way. She will carefully determine a legal strategy that fits your unique circumstances and provide you with sound legal advice within the parameters of the law.
Nikan has an empathetic approach towards family law and will ensure that your matter is dealt with in the upmost care and respect. When it is time to advocate for you in legal proceedings, she will not back down.
Nikan Barari was called to the Ontario Bar in 2016 at which time she started her practice, working exclusively in family law. She realized early on that she wanted to dedicate her career to families in need of support.
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