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Divorce

Bill C 78

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Bill C-78 is coming. Canada's Divorce Act, and parenting and garnishment laws, may soon be changing. As of November 2018, Bill C-78 was still being debated by Parliament. Here's what the changes, introduced by the federal government on May 22, 2018, could mean for your family. Bill c 78 Family Law Promotes champion children's best ...

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How long does a lawsuit take to go to court?

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Are you looking into how long a lawsuit will take to go to court? Divorce cases can go on for a very long time. Read on to learn more. A self-represented lady took 17 years to resolve a legal issue. I read a great article in the Financial Post and wanted to share the most ...

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Is Adultery A Ground For Divorce In India?

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Are you looking into if adultery is grounds for divorce in India? We have put together this true story about an Indian couple that lived together in Ontario. It talks about Mehr, divorce, and abuse. When an ex-husband with a history of abuse argued his former wife was acting in bad faith, an Ontario family ...

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Ex Spouse Not Following Divorce Agreement

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Judge Ordered Support Payments Is your spouse not following the divorce agreement? What’s the main trouble with divorce? It’s not the shattering of illusions, your heartbreaking, or the train coming to run over the divorcé. The main trouble with divorce is – your ex. If you could divorce without the ex constantly ruining things for ...

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Divorce Due To Social Media | Marital Problems

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Romantic Partner | Facebook Accounts Are you planning to go through a divorce due to social media? Are you suspicious about the amount of time on Facebook your spouse spends? Social networking sites are great for connecting people. However, sometimes it might help your romantic partner find the wrong type of people. Do you have ...
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Coronavirus And Separation | Family Law

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COVID-19 Pandemic Mandatory Written Arbitration Coronavirus and separation do not go well together. It makes divorce even harder than before. Before the COVID-19 outbreak, it could take years to get a trial in BC or Ontario. If you were filing an application, you might have to sit in court for two days. This would be ...
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Divorce Rate Virus | Divorce Calls In Ontario Spike

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Divorce Rate In Ontario Spikes Due To Virus Divorce calls in Ontario are going up. The saying goes, “absence makes the heart grow stronger.” So, what does being stuck in a small condo with your spouse for 14 days do? Well, if the number of calls my divorce lawyers receives is an indication, it’s not ...
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How Can I Search My Spouses Property?

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What’s An Anton Piller Order?   With around 40% of marriages ending in divorce, Canadians need to be aware of their rights. Police are not the only ones who can get a search warrant to search your property. Anyone can apply for a search warrant!   Canadians love getting divorced. Quebec has the highest rate ...
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Modification of a Divorce or Separation Agreement: Know Your Options

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Modification Of A Divorce Are you looking for a modification of a divorce or separation agreement? What is a divorce or separation agreement? Life is a constantly changing series of events and circumstances. Therefore, the separation or divorce agreement that made sense a couple of years ago might need to be modified. A new employment ...
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