Nadia R. Bhatti, Barrister & Solicitor, has been a full practitioner of family law for over 10 years. Her practice focuses on ensuring that the best interest of all parties –
both parents and children – are resolved in such a way that’s the best solution possible for everyone involved.
Our legal services include:
Barrister and Solicitor
Ontario’s lawyers are generally given the title Barrister & Solicitor upon being called to the bar. They can also be referred to as legal counsel, Crown attorneys or prosecutors, general counsel, law partners or legal advisors.
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Alternative dispute resolution is a means of resolving legal disputes through the use of arbitration, mediation or another voluntary measures in order to avoid having to resolve the issue through the court system. By avoiding litigation, the involved parties reach an agreement that may save them emotional and financial costs.
Child Custody and Access
If you and your partner or spouse are separating or divorcing, it’s imperative that you make arrangements for the care of your children. Our office is experienced at handling issues involving child custody and access to ensure your children’s best interests are looked after in the interim and in the future.
You may apply for a divorce in Ontario if you were legally married in Canada or any other country, you intend to separate permanently and if you and your partner/spouse have lived in Ontario for at least 12 months. Find out more divorce criteria by contacting our divorce lawyer in Windsor-Essex County.
Family law is an area of law governing relationships between spouses and between parents and their children. Typical family law issues include divorces, separations, adoptions, matrimonial property disputes and support.
As a Notary Public, Nadia R. Bhatti, Barrister & Solicitor, is capable of certifying documents as true copies of originals. She is also able to professionally witness oaths and sign affidavits.
If you and your partner or spouse or separating or divorcing, the law provides guidelines on property division. Typically, any type of property acquired during the marriage must be divided equally. However, there are some notable exceptions, including gifts and inheritances not used towards the matrimonial property. Find out more about what’s included by contacting our office.
Whether you’re seeking spousal or child support in Ontario, our office can help you determine how much (if any) support you’re legally entitled to after your separation or divorce.
Schedule an Initial Consultation
If you find yourself in need of a divorce lawyer in the Windsor-Essex County area, turn to Nadia R. Bhatti, Barrister & Solicitor. She is compassionate, experienced and competent in all matters pertaining to family law. Contact our office today to schedule an initial consultation to see what Nadia can do for your case.