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Separation Agreement in Canada

Are you considering separating from your spouse? If so, below are some important facts and information regarding separations in Canada. We will clarify a few common misconceptions about separations and then help you to understand exactly what a Separation Agreement is and what it needs to...
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Joint Debt and Divorce in Canada

Facing a separation or divorce is one of the most stressful events one can face in a lifetime. When the burden of matrimonial debt is added to that stress, it can be overwhelming. When faced with this situation many individuals feel lost and are unsure of the best approach to taking contro...
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Common Law Separation in Canada

A common law relationship is defined as two people who live together in a committed “marriage-like” relationship. According to recent Canadian census, common law relationships are quickly on the rise in our country. Despite the spike in this type of relationship, the rights of people livin...
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Frequently Asked Questions

Generally, laypeople who have no experience in drafting legally binding contracts are not capable of drafting a valid separation agreement without the help of lawyers.

If you were served a petition for divorce there are strict deadlines within which you need to provide a response. Failing to provide a response on time can lead to negative consequences for you as the respondent including costs or possibly adverse findings against you that effect your rights and liabilities in a divorce proceeding. If you were served you should contact a lawyer right away.

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