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Ontario Separation Agreement

Ontario Separation Agreement
Ontario Separation Agreement
Ontario Separation Agreement

In your search you may hear or read things like:

  • You need no written agreement to be considered legally separated from your spouse.
  • Your agreement need not be prepared and witnessed by a lawyer for it to be valid.
  • Your agreement need not be filed in any court for it to be valid
  • You don’t need financial disclosure if your spouse already knows everything.
  • It can be handwritten, even on a napkin!

Or you may feel:

  • My private information should NOT be seen by anyone.
  • Financial disclosure will change nothing so why do the work?
  • We negotiated our own deal, we don’t need an outsider poking around.
  • All these requirements seems like a some cash-cow for the professionals to make money.

What a Legal Separation Agreements looks like

Legally Binding Separation Agreement
  • Full Financial Disclosure
  • Co-Parenting Arrangements
  • Child Support
  • Spousal Support
  • Actuarial Valuation of Pensions
  • Division of Assets
  • Division of Debts
  • Matrimonial Home
  • Dispute Resolution
  • Independent Legal Advice

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A written Separation Agreement may include:

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Ken S. Maynard is an accredited divorce mediator (Acc.FM) and a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA). He is a specialist in comprehensive divorce mediation services resulting in a separation agreement. You can meet with Ken at any of the 5 DTSW Greater Toronto mediation centres including | Aurora | Barrie | North York | Vaughan | Mississauga |
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