The Path Towards Affordable Family-Focused Legal Representation Starts Here
When our clients feel like they need help thinking outside the box, Virk law asks: "what box?"
Our clients come from all walks of life: We represent Doctors. Dentists. Lawyers. Teachers. Business owners. Hairdressers. Farmers. Electricians. Mechanics. CEOs. Assistants. Engineers. Scientists. Housewives. Accountants. Retail Clerks. Artists. Bakers. Police officers. Managers. Analysts. Optometrists. Psychologists. Planners. Painters. Roofers. Bankers. Welders. Cooks. Labourers. Addicts. Fathers. Mothers. Siblings. Children.
Those who have lost their voices and those who need to be gently reminded to keep quiet.
This is by design. Legal problems affect everyone. We want to get you past yours so you can move on to what you need to do. We do not judge you. We listen. We protect. We act. We fight like your life depends on it, because sometimes it does.
Our work: Trials. Appeals. Mediations. Arbitrations. Agreements. Coaching. Guidance.
Family law and divorce. Commercial Litigation. Civil Litigation. Estate Litigation. Estate Planning. Criminal Law. Immigration Law. Connecting our clients with appropriate professionals if we are not in a position to help them ourselves.
Many of our files are referred to us by other lawyers who need assistance for their clients. From the moment you communicate with our
Our heroes: Our clients.
How the heck can we afford you? You have fancy offices and clothes and use $15 words. We usually figure out a way to help you. That is part of our job description.
Virk Law is a full-service law firm that specializes in providing family-first legal representation
Edmonton Divorce Lawyers
Virk Law understands that going through a divorce or separation is complicated enough without the added fear of hefty legal bills, custody agreements, damaging relationships, and uncomfortable litigation processes. With over two decades of combined experience in Divorce & Family Law, our trusted Divorce & Family Lawyers are dedicated to understanding your unique circumstances and providing tailored legal services to ensure that your process is as comfortable as possible.
Is Divorce right for you? To find out, we have compiled a comprehensive questionnaire to help you make the right decision for you and your family.
Are you divorcing? We can help
Going through a divorce or a separation is a difficult time for everyone involved, but you don’t have to face it alone. Contact Virk Law today and learn how we can work together to turn your legal challenges into cost-effective and family-first legal solutions.
Edmonton Mediation Specialists
Mediation is a voluntary method of resolving family disputes where a mediator – a trained third party – helps a couple address their issues. When you work with Virk Law, one of our trained mediators will meet with you and your partner, and together you will explore potential solutions to your disputes in a collaborative environment. In our experiences, it’s possible that you and your partner can agree to terms without going to court. Mediation is often less expensive than a traditional divorce, as the cost of one mediator is usually less than both spouses paying for a lawyer.
A collaborative divorce is a team approach to resolving family law disputes through the process of a structured meeting involving both parties and their lawyers. Because both parties commit to freely disclosing information, formal measures – such as court orders – are usually not required. With Virk Law, collaborative divorce environments are often free from threatening letters, accusatory statements, unreasonable or unrealistic positions, and malicious accusations. In collaborative resolutions, a cooperative agreement is signed in which the parties agree they will not go to court unless the collaborative process breaks down, and both parties obtain new lawyers.
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A separation agreement is a contract outlining the settlement of issues that arise when a marriage or common-law relationship ends. Separation agreements can address any issue that may lead to a disagreement between a couple; this may include everything from the division of matrimonial property, child custody, support, care, and education to who will be responsible for the family pets.