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Reconciliation During Separation or Divorce

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I would like to talk to you about Reconciliation if you’re going through separation and divorce. You have separated or are thinking about separating from your spouse. Meanwhile, the lawyer you are meeting with begins to ...

Decline in Investments Post-Separation

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If you do not liquidate your equities at the date of separation and it takes months to settle your financial issues with your spouse, you run the risk of your stocks (investments) declining in value. Feldstein Family ...

Do I Have To Go To Court For A Separation?

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Julie Tyas is a family lawyer and one of the most often asked questions she gets is "Once I am separated, do I have to go to court? Devry Smith Frank LLP....

How long does it take to get a divorce in Ontario?

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Julie Tyas, an associate at Devry Smith Frank LLP outlines the basic steps and length of time to get a divorce in Ontario. Devry Smith Frank LLP....

Counseling Not Couples

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When I first consult with clients I am often told about the lack of communication between spouses after a separation, even with respect to issues regarding their children. When the communication has broken down, I will r...

Let’s Talk Offer to Settle

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An Offer to Settle may be seen by your spouse as an open invitation to come to the table and try to work out a settlement through negotiation rather than through litigation. Serving your spouse with a formal Offer to Set...

Holiday Access to Your Children

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The holidays are quickly approaching and families who are in the process of separation or divorce need to decide on a schedule that would dictate the holiday access arrangement. For those parents who have a court order o...

What is your Degree Worth when it comes to Division of Assets?

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Some highlights of how family courts value a professional degree or designation earned by you or your spouse. Is this degree a piece of property? If so, should it be part of your Net Family Property calculation? If so, ...

Separation Advice – Dos and Don’ts when Separating

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Making the decision to separate raises many questions and unknown answers, such as how your finances will be separated, how much money you will have to support yourself and your children and where you and your children w...

Foreign Divorce and Remarrying in Ontario

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To be eligible to marry in Ontario, the couple must obtain a marriage license, which remains valid for three months from the date of issue.  While this may sound straight forward, matters become slightly more complicated...

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