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Monthly Archives: June 2018

Getting Out of a Co-Ownership Agreement

Posted June 28, 2018
Mortgage Payments Do you have questions about a co-ownership agreement? The opportunity of co-ownership has appeal and benefits for many people. Qualifying for a mortgage may be difficult alone, but possible with co-ownership.  For some, marriage may have brought two people into a co-ownership agreement for a property. For others, owning a vacation home may ...
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File Legal Separation Agreement Without a Lawyer

Posted June 28, 2018
Separate Or Divorce “Hey Siri, file my divorce.” If only it were that simple, right? When dealing with divorce or separation, the entire process may seem like a daunting experience. So it begs to ask the question, “Why can’t I just do it my self? Can I create a separation agreement without a lawyer?” Technically, ...
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Reducing Costs in Family Law

Posted June 27, 2018
Reducing Costs in Family Law Family law can be expensive if both spouses cannot agree on terms. Reducing costs in family law is often a key concern. Even alternative methods to the court system, such as mediation or arbitration, can sometimes be expensive. One of the largest concerns that every client has is how to ...
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Child Support Payments After Losing Job

Posted June 27, 2018
Child Support Obligations What happens when you lose your job, how does it affect child support payments? Dealing with a workplace injury or job loss can be extremely stressful when you have a family to take care of. Having to deal with court orders for child and spousal support can increase your stress even further. ...
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Buying Property While Separated

Posted June 25, 2018
Purchase A Home While Still Legally Married Are you looking at buying property while separated? There are some things you need to first consider. Most people believe that after a separation from their spouse, they can purchase a new house or car and it has nothing to do with their spouse. Generally, our family lawyers ...
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Spousal Support After Remarriage: Till Death Do You Pay?

Posted June 25, 2018
Spousal Support After Remarriage: Till Death Do You Pay? Have questions about Spousal Support After Remarriage? Marriage is the union of two individuals in a personal relationship that putatively lasts until death, however, in practice it is increasingly brought to an end by divorce. Seeing that the law deems spousal relationships as financial partnerships, when ...
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Husband Is Cheating And Wants Divorce

Posted June 25, 2018
Cheating Wife Divorce Alimony When you suspect or find out that your spouse is cheating on you, it can be difficult to deal with. Our family lawyers suggest that you take the time to calm down before reaching out to a family law firm. Firstly, it is always the best first step to calm down, ...
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Dividing Wedding Gifts During Divorce

Posted June 21, 2018
Dividing Wedding Gifts During Divorce You are now getting a divorce. You have a lot on your mind and a long list of things to take care of. One of the items on your list is the wedding gifts. Dividing wedding gifts during divorce can be complex. What do people do with their wedding gifts? ...
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Can you travel with kids after a separation?

Posted June 18, 2018
Can you travel with kids after a separation? So you may be asking, “can you travel with kids after a separation??” There can be no right or wrong answer to the question. But why not? Why wouldn’t you? Love to travel? The answer is yes. If you love creating fun and enjoyable memories, then yes ...
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Down Payment Made by Parents: Loan or Gift?

Posted June 13, 2018
Down Payment Made by Parents The Ontario Superior Court of Justice recently addressed whether a down payment made by a parent will be classified as a loan. They discussed if it would be excluded from the calculation of net family property. Or would it be considered a gift to be included as family property for ...
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