Get paid on time so you can focus on your family law files
Our Divorce Financing provides a line of credit to your family law clients so they can pay their legal fees, allowing you to support more matters and cover operating expenses. Our loans are simple — we finance divorce proceedings in advance of the completion of the separation agreement and arrange financing based on your client’s projected share of the assets owned by their household.
By providing immediate funds to support your firm, you can take on more matters and boost your working capital. Our support team and Divorce Loan Adjudicator work with you to secure the documentation required to lend quickly and fairly, so your divorce files can move forward without delay.
Our Application Process
Once they sign off on the application, we can speak with you and secure the information and documentation regarding your client’s file.
Our Divorce Loan Adjudicator assesses the file to evaluate the claim utilizing supporting documentation, provincial and jurisdiction jurisprudence, and their professional experience to determine the appropriate loan solution. If more information is needed, we’ll be in touch.
Approval and transfer of funds
Once approved, you and your client sign the loan documents, and we e-transfer the funds to your client’s preferred financial institution or directly to you to pay legal fees.
Key loan details
Frequently Asked Questions
The minimum loan amount is $5,000 and there is no maximum. The loan amount is determined by the adjudicator’s assessment of your allocation of the equalization. We encourage you only to borrow what you need.
The loan can be used for payment of lawyers fees, disbursements as well as everyday expenses.
Whatever comes sooner, three years, or the payment of the equalization.
No, no payments are required until the end of the three-year term of the loan, or payment of the equalization/conclusion of the divorce proceedings.
Our charges are transparent and straightforward. An administration fee is added to the loan and interest is accrued only on the money used and calculated at a fixed rate of interest. Call us for more details at 1-866-800-2100.
Divorce cases that fall within these categories will not be funded:
- Family violence and abuse cases
- Child custody (in isolation)
- Child support (in isolation)
- Spousal support (in isolation)
- Foreign jurisdiction divorces
- Common Law and unjust enrichment claims (third-party adjudication)
- Cases past the decision-making and asset division of the separation agreement
- Divorce cases without legal representation (DIY)
- Legal aid cases
- Divorces before January 1, 2020 (Alberta)