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The  Family Law Firm of  Bracken  Feeley O'Brien - Durham Region

Family Lawyers & Immigration Services in Whitby, Ontario

 


We’re Bracken Feeley O'Brien, a Law Partnership serving Family Law & Immigration Law clients in Whitby, Durham Region. If you need help in any of these areas call us. The initial consultation is free. We’ll match you with one of our lawyers practicing in the appropriate area and arrange a meeting to go over how the law applies in your matter. Even if you decide not to retain our services, you 11 have a clear idea of your options and a better understanding of the law as it applies to your case.

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 Whitby Family LawyersOur firm understands the anxiety that Family Law litigation can cause particularly where children are involved. We have the expertise to litigate when required but have been equally successful in the negotiation of amicable resolutions to complicated matters. We recognize that each individual’s situation is different, and tailor our advice and representation to each client’s unique situation.

 When You No Longer Live Together as a Family

If you have a child with another person, you both have rights and responsibilities to the child. This includes having the right to spend time with the child and be involved in decisions about the child’s life. If you and the child’s other parent are no longer living together, you both need to decide how these rights and responsibilities will continue when you no longer live together as a family. The legal terms for these rights and responsibilities are “custody” and “access".

Annesa graduated from the National University of Ireland, Galway in 2004 with a Double Honours Degree in Legal and Political Science. Annesa completed her Law Degree from xxxxx and graduated in 2005. She qualified as a Solicitor in Ireland in 2009.  Upon completion of her law degree, Annesa decided to travel and teach English in South Korea for one year.
Annesa joined Bracken Feeley O’Brien upon her arrival in Canada in April 2010. She completed her articles under the supervision of Ms. Taragh Bracken. Annesa was called to Ontario Bar in 2011. After 7 years of practicing Family Law in Durham and Toronto region, Annesa is one of the most well respected litigators in her area of practice. Annesa has extensive experience in fighting for her clients behind the court room doors. In 2016 Annesa became a Partner at Bracken Feeley O’Brien.
Annesa focuses on practice on Family and Immigration law. As someone immigrating to a new country to pursue her career and travelling all over the world she is extremely familiar with the Canadian immigration policies and process. Annesa keeps herself updated on all new immigration Rules. It is her knowledge about the immigration process that allows her to maintain her success rate in assisting her clients to bring their family members or spouses to Canada, attend post-secondary education institutions or travel to Canada for employment purposes.
Annesa, through her extensive travel to third world countries, is undertaking to further her studies in Adoption Law to facilitate and assist the unification of children in need with willing couples in their desire to expand their families and desire to provide a nurturing and loving home to children in need both here and abroad.

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