After haggling with my ex for more than three years over a separation agreement and failing to persuade her even to attend mediation, I approached Melissa Salfi at Crossroads for help. Since I live in BC and my ex had moved with our daughter from BC to Alberta, I needed lawyers I could easily access and who could bring an action in an Alberta court if necessary. Since Crossroads has offices and great lawyers in both BC and Alberta, they were the right fit for me. Melissa Salfi helped me in Vancouver and referred me to Camille Boyer, who is based in Calgary, when I needed to start a court action in Alberta. On my first meeting with Camille on Zoom, I found her to be clear-minded, sharp and receptive. She immediately gave me my legal options, all of which I found to be sound, and I had no problem making up my mind. After only a few days, she filed a Notice to Attend Docket Court in the Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta and we served it on my ex. Because of Camille's strategizing, the filing alone was enough to bring my ex back to the negotiating table and I had my previously intractable issues solved without going to court. I have nothing but praise for both lawyers I worked with at Crossroads.