Mathew Fordjour practices exclusively in the area of family law and has more than twenty years of experience in his field. Utilizing his extensive experience in family law, Mathew has represented many clients in matters ranging from an uncontested divorce to highly contested parental proceedings involving complex child support and/or spousal support. His savvy yet methodical approach works well for his clients as he works to achieve the most positive resolution for the families involved.
Mathew has lectured on family law at various education seminars for fellow lawyers and the public, including the Schulich School of Business at York University.
Mathew's practice is committed to finding effective resolutions to family-related disputes while protecting the legal rights of his clients. He promotes a collaborative approach with his clients and the opposing party, focusing on finding practical solutions whenever possible. Mathew provides knowledgeable and supportive legal advice and works towards a productive resolution, thus saving his clients' unnecessary costs and the additional stress associated with long, drawn-out court proceedings.
Mathew will negotiate and draft your Separation Agreement or Pre-nuptial Agreement at a reasonable cost. He is a seasoned professional with vast experience in dealing with division of property, uncontested and contested divorces, child support, spousal support and child custody and access issues.
In child-related disputes, Mathew encourages finding a resolution that incorporates the needs of all family members, and strives to keep the best interest of the child at the forefront.
If you live in Mississauga, Brampton, Oakville or Toronto, and you are facing the possibility of divorce or separation, Mathew Fordjour can help you negotiate these difficult legal matters and protect your rights. Call now to set up a free consultation and find out what your rights are.
Mathew received his B.A. (Honours) from University of Toronto, and his L.L.B from the University of Calgary in 1993. Mathew was called to the Ontario Bar in 1995. He is a member of the Ontario Bar Association and the Canadian Association of Black Lawyers.