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Parenting Time (Access) I FAMILY LAW FIRM TORONTO

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Parenting time (access) and decision-making responsibility (custody) are usually resolved based on the best interests of the children. Although both parents should be legally equally be able to see their children as much as possible, the courts will look at the most convenient and feasible arrangement that benefits the child. The courts are less likely to split parenting time in half, but rather more likely to focus on the quality of the child's life and what is feasible depending on the child's schedule and convenience.Some important factors in Ontario that the courts consider, according to the Divorce Act and the...

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Division of Assets and Property I Divorce Lawyers Toronto

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Ontario Divorce Lawyers Help You Divide Your Assets Divorce Lawyers will help you determine what assets you are legally entitled to and your chances of success when seeking an order for an unusual division of assets. As divorce lawyers, we are familiar with laws and their exceptions. We find ways to set aside separation or marriage contracts, as well as implement your right to a certain amount of property. At Rana Charif Law Firm, we are also modern certified negotiators. We negotiate settlements to close your case successfully and efficiently. Canadian Laws Governing Family Property And Ontario Division Family Property is governed by...

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Divorce Law and Legislation Canadian divorces are governed by the Divorce Act, RSC, 1985, c3 (the "Act" or "Divorce Act"), which is a federal Canadian statute. Federal statutes apply Canada-wide which means that divorces in Canada are governed by the same Law across Canada, despite the Province of either spouse. That is not the case for example for common-law partnerships or the division of assets and liabilities of a marriage. Both of these situations would be governed by the Family Law Act, RSO, 1990, c F3, which is a Provincial statute and only applies to Ontario.Corollary relief is also governed by...

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Child Support I Family Law Firm

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Child support is available for both common-law couples and married couples. You have the right to ask for child support payments in arrears, meaning any missed child support payments since the separation.There are guidelines in a form of a Table in Ontario and Federally that govern child support. The provincial and federal tables are the same. However, they are in different Acts (Statutes) and are to be used depending on whether you are seeking a divorce, or more specifically, whether a couple is married or not.The guidelines are only a legislative reference as to what is expected in terms of...

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Separation Agreement

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A separation agreement is a domestic contract that is governed by the Family Law Act of Ontario. It is signed by both spouses, ex-spouses, common-law partners, or ex-common-law partners and their respective lawyers.A separation agreement is the quickest and most efficient way to settle matters after a couple's separation. In it, you can agree on terms regarding the division of your assets, household contents, matrimonial home, possession of home(s), child support, spousal support, parenting time, decision-making responsibility and more.Separation agreements can go well beyond 20 pages. They can be, and it is generally recommended for them to be as detailed...

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Services that we provide include:Separation Agreements Child Custody and Access Separation Divorce Child Support Spousal Support Domestic Violence Restraining Orders Marriage Contracts Cohabitation AgreementsWe serve clients in all areas of the Greater Toronto Area, including but not limited to Mississauga, Scarborough, North York, Markham, Brampton etc. Our Law Firm provides family law services in English, French and Arabic languages.   Why Hire A Family Lawyer Or Divorce Lawyer in Toronto Divorces in Canada and Ontario are governed by the Divorce Act. Separating, however, and claiming for child support, spousal support, child custody (or "decision making power") and access or division of property is...

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Incorporation Lawyers

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As a business lawyer and an immigration lawyer, we do a significant amount of incorporations for businesses across Canada. Have you been doing business lately without incorporating? This is how most small business owners start: they register a business name, apply for a Master Business License and start working on getting their names out there to start selling and doing business. Entrepreneurs are resourceful, and that also applies to what legal steps they favor taking. However, once your business begins to generate a certain threshold of revenue, it is important to start considering an incorporation. Here are a few reasons why:...

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Provincial Nominee Program I Canadian Immigration Lawyer

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It is planned that the Provincial Nominee Program ("PNP"), the Quebec Skilled Worker and Quebec Experience Programs as well as the Atlantic Immigration Pilot and Rural and Northern Pilot will be the basis for the expected million permanent residents in Canada between 2020 and 2023. All of these programs are expected to hold much more weight than the express entry programs. Feel free to visit our Instagram page @Canadianimmigration.law for infographics on program basics where we provide fundamental explanations of the Canadian immigration system. The PNP allows Canadian Provinces to separately nominate individuals for permanent residence in Canada to the Federal...

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Franchise Lawyer Toronto I Mississauga

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Basics: What is a Franchise?A Franchise is a business whereby the owner licenses its operations. The license grants a Franchisee access to a Franchisor's proprietary business knowledge, processes and trademarks, thus allowing the Franchisee to sell a product or service under the Franchisor's business name. In exchange, the Franchisee generally pays the Franchisor an initial start-up fee and recurring licensing fees. Franchisors may also seek royalties based on gross sales of the franchise. The franchisee is required to conform to the standards of the system. Depending on the type of business, a Franchisor could set specific prerequisites in terms of...

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