Family Law Negotiation


What Is Family Law Negotiation?

Negotiation is an art. At Bortolussi Family Law, we use our well-honed skills to get your message across in the context of assisting you to get your Family Law issues resolved by agreement or determined by a court in a fair and satisfactory way.

How Is Negotiation Conducted?

We conduct family law negotiations in a timely, proactive manner with integrity, clarity and always on your informed instructions.

We keep you apprised every step of the way.

You are an integral part of the negotiation whether you choose to be in the background or directly involved.

When Is Negotiation Required?

The short answer is that negotiation is always required.

Negotiation is necessary in every process. Effective communication and persuasion is necessary in litigation, mediation, arbitration, collaborative law, and in lawyer-to-lawyer dealings.

Negotiation is required from the moment you contact us. Our clear and expert communication skills are utilized from the first conversation with one of our lawyers. We strive to de-mystify this very complicated area of law as it applies to your situation so that you can make informed decisions about your own situation.

We strive to ensure that we get the whole picture and to understand what you are looking for. What you seek may or may not be what most people want. Your particular needs and interests are important to us. Your goals in resolving your Family Law issues are important and the process of getting to that end is just as important. Strategic decisions are then made about negotiating with the other side.

Contact Us

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3300 Highway 7 West, Suite 210
Vaughan, Ontario L4K 4M3
Telephone: 416 987 3300

Fax: 905 907 0707
Hours: 9am to 5pm


Bortolussi Family Law is located in Vaughan, Ontario and serves the Greater Toronto Area including Woodbridge, Concord, Maple, Kleinburg, Thornhill,  Vaughan, Markham, Richmond Hill, Brampton, Bolton, Nobleton, Newmarket, Oxford, Orangeville, Aurora, North York, Etobicoke, Caledon, Whitchurch-Stouffville, King City, Schomberg, Mississauga, Oakville, Streetsville and Toronto.