Family Lawyers in Vancouver
Bring Your Case & Concerns to Landerholm Law Today – (503) 573-5566
Due to the sensitive nature of family law cases, you need to make certain
your chosen family law attorney will be able to manage things with both
and compassion. Here at Landerholm Law in Vancouver, we pride ourselves on
being able to achieve positive case results for our clients without ever
losing sight of what is the most important part of a case: our clients’
comfort and satisfaction. Using our unique Client Match Program, we take
the time to pair you with an attorney who is best prepared to move your
case forward. We also have an aftercare program that includes free annual
consultations to discuss any new concerns after your case is concluded.
For divorce and other family law matters, contact our Vancouver family
lawyers today. Our law firm has more than 150 total years of legal experience!
Practice Areas Related to Family Law
When there is a legal concern that involves your family, it will likely
include one or more aspects of family laws and regulations. Federal, provincial,
and local municipality laws can all impact the family law rules that govern
your case. Rather than trying to get through all the fine details on your
own, let Landerholm Law in Vancouver manage your case on your behalf.
Allow us to handle your case, which can include the following practice
areas and more:
Adoptions: Grow your family through adoption processes, including independent, childhood,
and adult adoptions.
Annulment: A form of marriage dissolution that renders the married null and void,
almost as if it never happened in the first place.
Child custody: Deciding which parent of divorce or separation should be the sole or primary
custodian of your children. Child custody cases often involve heated arguments
and strong points of contention, so you should proceed carefully with
the help of our Vancouver child custody lawyers.
Child support: Taking care of a child after divorce when you were not the “breadwinner”
in your marriage can be difficult and detrimental to your child’s
happiness. Child support arrangements can be made to provide monthly financial
benefits to the ex-spouse of lesser income, paid by the other.
Divorce: Ending your marriage can be stressful, but teaming up with our Vancouver
divorce lawyers makes it more manageable. We will protect your best interests
from start to finish.
Domestic violence and restraining orders: We help people protect themselves from domestic violence by filing for
Remember: if you are in immediate danger of harm, please call 911. Please do not
do anything that jeopardizes your health or wellbeing.
Enforcement: When an ex-spouse does not follow the arrangements of your divorce decree,
a family law court can be called upon to enforce them. Usual enforcement
methods include removal of parenting rights or fines.
Modifications: Is your divorce decree no longer working well for you, so much so that
you feel undue hardship trying to keep up? Talk to our Vancouver family
lawyers about how to petition for a modification.
Prenuptial agreements: You can decide a few aspects of divorce before you ever get married, just
in case, with a prenuptial agreement.
Property division: Who gets what property after your divorce is settled in property division,
or property distribution. Make sure you get your fair share by teaming
up with Landerholm Law.
Relocations: Need to move away after divorce but share child custody? Relocation cases
involve negotiations with your spouse and/or the court to do so.
Spousal support: Divorce is not meant to put anyone into undue hardship, but it can happen
if one spouse does not make enough income to support themselves. Spousal
support is arranged to help the spouse of lesser income stay financially
afloat for a predetermined amount of time after the divorce ends.
Visitation: A divorced parent who does not win child custody rights may still be able
to see their children through visitation and parenting time arrangements.
Want more information?
Just call (503) 573-5566 or contact us online today.