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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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Family Lawyer Toronto

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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