10 Things to Consider Before Getting A Divorce ( Page 8 )

Understanding Parenting Coordination

Anyone who is thinking about going through a separation or a divorce will have questions about understanding parenting coordination. The first step is to have an established parenting order in a separation agreement or a divorce. You should then be able to co-parent with your former spouse without having any issues. Call our family law ...
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Newmarket Ontario Family Law Lawyers

Our family lawyers are happy to meet you in Newmarket to discuss your legal issue. Below are a list of legal services that ClearWay Law provides in Newmarket Ontario. We have a sattalite office at 9225 Leslie St Suite 201, Richmond Hill, Ontario. Call us at +1 844-466-6529   Family law: •Child support •Prenuptial agreements ...
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Alternative Billing Law Firm

Alternative Billing Law Firm Are you looking for a Alternative Billing Law Firm? ClearWay Law was created to innovate the legal industry. We saw that law firms are way behind other industries that have embraced innovation. Uber has recently changed the taxi industry. Airbnb has changed the hotel industry. ClearWay Law is building the infrastructure ...
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Am I Entitled to Spousal Support?

Are you entitled to spousal support? Are you looking to speak with a family lawyer about if you are entitled to spousal support? We will fill you in on the major factors that determine if you or your spouse should receive or pay spousal support. If you want to book a consultation with our Toronto ...
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Protecting Property In Common Law

Posted July 7, 2018
Family Law Firm Toronto Cohabitation agreement, pre-nup, marriage contract. You’ve heard the terms on tv and by people passing by. Why bother learning what they mean if you don’t plan on getting married? If you live with a boyfriend or girlfriend, protecting property in common law is important to speak to a family lawyer about. ...
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Family Law Protection Orders Ontario

Posted July 1, 2018
Are you looking for family law protection orders in Ontario? Sometimes the conflict between former spouses builds up and turns into verbal or physical confrontations. These situations typically result in either a non-harassment, no contact or limited contact order.  Usually the terms of such orders have fairly clear direction such as “do not come within ...
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Getting Out of a Co-Ownership Agreement

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 have been ...
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