Unified LLP
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Robert ChoiRobert Choi
18:28 07 Jan 22
Excellent service!!
Dorothy RogersDorothy Rogers
14:40 07 Jan 22
Michael and his team are wonderful. I would highly recommend them to anyone looking for a trustworthy and caring lawyer.
lina santoslina santos
18:01 06 Jan 22
The firm was very professional in dealing with my divorce and the staff was very friendly and helpful. I would recommend Rodrigues Paiva firm.
Bojana BabicBojana Babic
20:21 05 Jan 22
I have known Gil Fischler for more than 5 years. Gil is highly knowledgeable and thoughtful professional!
Milos IvanovicMilos Ivanovic
02:35 05 Jan 22
Gil Fischler is the best lawyer I ever know!
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Unified in Protecting Your Financial Security

Call us now at ‪416-639-7651‬ to speak to an Alimony Lawyer.

We are top rated alimony lawyers who work hard to bring about the best results for you and your family.

Alimony is available for both married and common-law spouses. To qualify as a common law spouse, one of the following situations must apply to you:

  • Lived together as a couple for at least three years, or
  • Have a child together and was involved in a relationship of “some permanence”

If you qualify, an alimony lawyer will calculate the amount of alimony you may entitled to receive. This amount depends on the following factors:

  • the length of the relationship,
  • whether there are children
  • the role you played during the relationship,
  • your age, and
  • your financial situation

Our approach at Unified LLP is aimed at protecting your financial security. We will meet with you, identify your priorities, strategize solutions and, if needed, stand firm by your side in the court room. If you are in the middle of a family custody dispute you need a steady hand, someone who will guide you and give you the right advice.

Call us now at ‪416-639-7651‬ to speak to an Alimony Lawyer.

Transparent billing

We practice transparent billing. There is no way for us to predict how much the totality of you case will cost because the costs vary significantly on whether the case has to go to court or the parties reach an agreement through negotiation. 

However, we can give you an idea of how much each step generally costs. Please note that you may need to take more than one of these steps together depending on how long it may take to resolve your case.

  • Exchange of pleadings may cost between $1,000 and $7,000
  • A conference may cost between $3,000 and $7,000 
  • A motion may cost between $5,000 and $20,000 
  • Questioning may cost between $2,000 and $10,000 
  • A separation agreement starts at $5,000


In our experience, most separating parties decide to resolve their case through mediation or a separation agreement. 

Call us now at ‪416-639-7651‬ to speak to an Alimony Lawyer.

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