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I just moved – can I get a divorce?

By on April 17, 2018 | Divorce

There are specific requirements in the Divorce Act (Canada) for a married couple to receive a divorce.  If you do not meet these requirements, your divorce application may be delayed. Section 3 of the Divorce Act requires one of the two spouses to have lived in a province for ‘at least one year immediately preceding…   Continue Reading »

Divorce Applications – Paralegal vs. Lawyer

By on April 16, 2018 | Divorce

There are many paralegal and non-lawyer agencies offering to ‘do your divorce’, often for a fraction of the cost of what a lawyer may charge.  These offers are usually too good to be true, and can cause the applicant to be in a worse situation, and to spend more money, than if the application was…   Continue Reading »

We Offer Flat Rate Divorce Applications

By on April 15, 2018 | Divorce

Our rates: $1,200 plus tax, no children $1,350 plus tax, with children With our flat rates, we offer one price for the result you want – a judgment of Divorce from a Court to end your marriage.  There are no hidden fees, such as disbursements, photocopying charges, or anything else.  Your payment will result with…   Continue Reading »

When Should I See a Divorce Lawyer?

By on April 14, 2018 | Divorce

When should you consult a divorce lawyer?  It should be the first thing you do if you are separating from your spouse. The biggest mistake I see people make is to delay or avoid seeing a divorce lawyer.  Usually it is a fear of cost, and sometimes it is a belief that lawyers will make…   Continue Reading »

Dividing the Season Tickets

By on October 2, 2017 | Divorce

When it comes to dividing family property, everything acquired during a marriage is subject to division.  This includes vehicles, pension plans, furniture … and hockey tickets. Season tickets for a professional hockey team, or any sport team, are sharable property.  If one person wants to keep the tickets and the other does not, then often…   Continue Reading »

 

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