MFC Lawyers provides trusted Family Law, Litigation, and Dispute Resolution services.
Our lawyers are committed to finding innovative ways to solve complex family legal matters through alternative dispute resolution methods. We strategically advocate for the rights of our clients using negotiation, mediation, and arbitration. Our areas of specialty include: Parenting and Custody Disputes, Child and Spousal Support, Division of Assets, Divorce, and Separation Agreements.
— L. Cunningham
“Erica and her team are very Professional! Going through a legal battle is a very stressful and scary time. All the unknowns. Erica and her staff take time to explain everything and what to expect and how we are going to deal with the situations. I know that Erica had my back all the way. Always know she is in your corner!!! I can not thank them enough for everything they did for me. I would HIGHLY recommend them.”
We excel at navigating the court system and providing cost effective and expeditious results for our clients at all levels, from Small Claims Court and Family Court to the Ontario Superior Court of Justice and Court of Appeal. Our lawyers are experienced litigators and will ensure that you have guidance and sound strategic advice if your matter is before the court.
Alternative resolution methods, including Dispute Resolution, Negotiation, Mediation, Arbitration, and working with Third Party Professionals assists our clients in resolving matters without going to court. These methods allow our clients to benefit from reduced legal fees while having greater control over the financial and emotional consequences of their legal matter.
Our team is focused on ensuring that you experience quality communication, expert advice, and as smooth a process as possible.
While a specific lawyer will be assigned to you, to help keep your costs down, we will assign a Clerk to work on those aspects of your case that don’t require a lawyer’s involvement.
Additionally, we offer fixed, hourly, and unbundled service options at the discretion of your lawyer.