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AP Family & Divorce Lawyers

Our Family Serving Yours

The decision on which family lawyer or family law firm to choose to represent you in your family law matter can be an overwhelming one. We know you are concerned about experience, customer service, speed, quality, and of course, price.

At AP Lawyers, we appreciate how challenging this decision is and we know we are the best choice for you. Don’t just take our word for it, you can check out our hundreds of positive online reviews, our Top Choice Awards™, and our nominations as Best Lawyer™. We are also featured on national news broadcasts for our legal insights.

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Toronto Family & Divorce Law Services

WHY US

AT AP Lawyers, We have a set of core values that are aimed at providing client-focused legal solutions. This is not just a fancy catchphrase and we have gone to great lengths to define what it means to us as a Firm. In short, at AP Lawyers we believe we are redefining the practice of law.

WHAT IT MEANS TO US TO BE #1 IN CLIENT CARE

COMPASSION

We are a compassionate team, recognizing that our clients don’t always come to us at the highest points in their lives.

CONVENIENCE

We leverage technology to provide our services conveniently to our clients. We also offer extended our office hours.

SPEED

With a team behind our clients they can trust that their work will be completed quickly and accurately.

RESPECT

Everyone deserves respect. Plain and simple.

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in working to achieve our client’s objectives.

HONESTY

We are always honest in managing our client’s expectations.

MONEY

We are responsible with our client’s resources and are always fair and transparent in our billing practices.

INNOVATION

We are constantly innovating. Thinking of faster and better ways to meet our client’s legal needs, while keeping costs lower.

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AREAS WE SERVE

    • Toronto
    • Brampton
    • Mississauga
    • Vaughan
    • Woodbridge
    • Newmarket
    • Markham
    • Richmond Hill
    • Oshawa
    • Ajax
    • Pickering
    • Whitby
    • Peterborough
    • Clarington
    • Caledon
    • Lindsay
    • Etobicoke
    • Brighton
    • Aurora
    • Cobourg
    • Kawartha Lakes
    • Port Hope
    • Bowmanville
    • Uxbridge
    • Port Perry
    • Baltimore
    • Colborne
    • Fraserville
    • Whitchurch
    • Stouffville
    • Toronto
    • Brampton
    • Mississauga
    • Vaughan
    • Woodbridge
    • Pickering
    • Whitby
    • Peterborough
    • Clarington
    • Caledon
    • Kawartha Lakes
    • Port Hope
    • Bowmanville
    • Uxbridge
    • Port Perry
    • Newmarket
    • Markham
    • Richmond Hill
    • Oshawa
    • Ajax
    • Lindsay
    • Etobicoke
    • Brighton
    • Aurora
    • Cobourg
    • Baltimore
    • Colborne
    • Fraserville
    • Whitchurch
    • Stouffville

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CUT: ONTARIO FAMILY LAW AND TV COUPLES-  GHOST AND TASHA 

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What you should know before getting married

January 20, 2023

New year, new beginnings, many are already preparing for valentine’s day. Love is on the horizon for you and...

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Understanding Ontario Family Law Lingo – Some common terms defined

January 3, 2023

To help our clients have a better understanding, below are some common terms used in the Family law process...

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