Family Law Lawyers in Victoria

Our lawyers have a vast knowledge of family law. We will guide you through this process which can be very stressful for both parties, particularly when children are involved.

Although our goal is to resolve the issues through a mediated process, our lawyers have extensive courtroom experience if necessary.

We can help you resolve the following:

  • Prenuptial Agreements
  • Co-Habitation Agreements
  • Child Custody Arrangements
  • Child Access & Maintenance
  • Child Adoption
  • Separation
  • Property & Asset Division
  • And more…

“The lawyer stereotypes don’t apply when you’re working with Barri and her team. Knowledge, kindness, and respect are greatly represented and you feel the care and compassion. If you need legal representation, this is your company. Although mine was a long process (through no fault of this team), they were patient and guided me through the hurdles. Thank you!”


Contact us for a consultation by completing and submitting the form on this page, or call us at: Tel: 250-360-2500

Hutchison Oss-Cech Marlatt’s family law attorneys are available to assist you with your delicate legal matters.

When the family unit breaks down, our family law lawyers will advise you about your rights and ensure you are protected.

Our firm deals with all aspects of family separation, including spousal maintenance, child custody, child access, child maintenance, and property division.

“Our experience with family law is that it is often a very sensitive and emotional undertaking. We make every effort to make you feel comfortable and safe during the process”

Hutchison Oss-Cech Marlatt not only deals with the litigation of family disputes, but also has extensive experience in the collaborative process, and drafting family law agreements, including prenuptial agreements, cohabitation agreements, and separation agreements.

Contact us below for a consultation.

Contact us for a Family Law Consultation

*Note: A consult fee will apply.

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