The Divorce Process

Divorce is not the end of your relationship if you have children, it is a new beginning which will redefine both parents’ lives.
Ultimately, however,  the one thing doesn’t change after divorce and that is you will always a parent to your children.
The Process of Divorce is a series of steps over a period of time and is always best when the parties can agree on the basics without having to invoke the court. In the long run it’s cheaper and faster and leaves fewer emotional scars.
There’s no real easy way to divorce if children, property and assets are involved, but there is a simpler, more gentle path to daylight if you so choose.
If you’re thinking about divorce or about to go through a divorce, it’s journey best taken with good legal advice. That’s where we come in.

Here’s what you need to know about the Divorce Process:

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    Divorce and separation are some of the most stressful situations a family can experience. With complete information and support, you can get your situation under control.

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    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

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    Child Welfare is focused on improving the health, well-being, education and safety of children and youth. In Ontario, many organizations work to ensure the well-being and safety of children.

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    If you want to get or change a child support order under the Child Support Guidelines, the court will require certain income information.

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    The law views spousal relationships as financial partnerships. When the partnership breaks down, the person with more income or assets may have to pay support to the other

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    Division of Property. When a marriage ends, the equal contribution of each person to the marriage is recognized. The law provides that the value of any kind of property that was acquired by a ...

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