From our offices in Vancouver and New Westminster, Onyx Law Group is a boutique litigation law firm specializing in the areas of family and estate litigation. We work with individuals and families across Surrey and the surrounding areas, ensuring that everyone has access to legal counsel with integrity, competence and a passion for justice.
Our diverse group of lawyers work together to navigate the tricky aspects of personal disputes, and achieve practical results using strategies other law firms often don’t consider. Contact us to book your first consultation, so we can help you put together a strategy to best tackle your legal matter.
Surrey Family and Divorce Lawyers
Are you looking for a lawyer that can help you through your divorce? Our family and divorce lawyers are compassionate and thorough, and can help you tackle the difficult decisions you need to make that will affect your future.
It’s important that you protect your legal rights when navigating either a divorce or other family law concerns. Our lawyers can assist you in even the most complex family law matters.
Our team of family lawyers offer the following services to the people of Surrey:
- Asset Division
- Child Support
- Spousal Support
- Co-Parenting Responsibilities
- Premarital and Cohabitation Agreements
Surrey Estate Litigation Lawyers
Our team of lawyers are here to help you navigate your estate claim, no matter how complicated and overwhelming it may seem. Estate matters can be rife with emotion, as they often bring out the dysfunction in families. We have the experience necessary to resolve your case as peacefully as possible.
We believe that everyone deserves to be represented with a legal voice, which is why we offer a free 30 minute consultation for our estate litigation services, so you can understand your legal rights and obligations surrounding your matter.
Our Surrey estate litigation services include:
- Challenging an Executor
- Wills Variation Claims – Including Disinherited Child or Spouse
- Undue Influence & Lack of Capacity
- Validity of Will or a Trust