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BEFORE YOU 'LAWYER UP'
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PREVENT ADDED HURT, SAVE VALUABLE TIME AND AVOID COSTLY MISTAKES.
If you're considering separation or just beginning your divorce, The Ontario Divorce Guide will help you avoid costly mistakes that can affect you and your family for years to come.
This guide has the information and common sense advice needed to make informed decisions about your future, your family and your well-being.
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FOOD FOR THOUGHT
The way you choose to divorce now will determine how life will be then.
Years from now, when you and your ex-spouse attend your child's wedding, do you want it to be a day of tension or a day of peace and celebration?
THE EMOTIONAL LANDMINES
AVOID THE DIVORCE LANDMINES THAT WILL DESTROY YOUR FUTURE
THE LEGAL LANDMINES
The Family Law system is broken and if you don't know what you're doing, you're going to end up paying for it for years. There are BETTER WAYS to negotiate your settlement out of court. When it comes to separation - do it the right way the first time.
Money lies at the core of every divorce - with support, division of assets and debts to think about. But don't forget: there are also tax implications, mortgage penalties, and retirement plans that have to be taken into consideration.
THE FINANCIAL LANDMINES
It's easy for emotions to flare up during a separation. But hostility comes at a price! Escalating animosity between you and your spouse will drive up the costs, kill your spirit and hurt your children. Learn how to keep it as amicable as possible!
- Darren Gingras | The Common Sense Divorce
"We designed The Ontario Divorce Guide to educate people at the beginning of their separation. This Guide will help you make tough decisions and lead you in the right direction"
THE DANGERS OF AN
CALCULATING CHILD & SPOUSAL SUPPORT
AND MOVING ON
PRACTICAL ANSWERS AT YOUR FINGERTIPS
If you are considering separation, The Ontario Divorce Guide is full of videos, articles, tools, tips and information that will lead you in the right direction.
BEING THE 'LEAVER'
OR THE 'LEAVEE'
HOW TO TELL YOUR SPOUSE
YOU WANT A DIVORCE
HOW TO AVOID
GOING TO COURT
HELPING YOUR KIDS COPE WITH DIVORCE
WHY IS DIVORCE SO EXPENSIVE?
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Did that just scare the living daylights out of you? It should! Because unless you each have an extra $20,000 or $30,000 laying around, you had best start thinking about the divorce process a little differently.
“According to a survey of Canadian Lawyers, the average cost of a traditional contested divorce in Canada is $23,730."
ARE YOU SERIOUS?!?
HERE'S A SAMPLE...
THERE'S MORE INSIDE THE GUIDE
Resolving your divorce issues will be some of the most important discussions you will ever have and the most important decisions you will ever make. Those resolutions will follow you for YEARS. They will define the terms between you and your ex-spouse, determine how your children will be raised, set your financial future, dictate your pension, decide if you can apply for a new mortgage, and determine how you file your taxes, etc., etc., ETC!
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THE GOODS STRAIGHT UP: Going through a bitter and nasty divorce is not going to turn anyone into a better person. Rest assured - it's not great for your kids either! And if your divorce goes to court, it’s going to get expensive – we’re talking tens of thousands of dollars. The traditional divorce process is slow, incredibly acrimonious and will eat away at your remaining marital assets that you need to start over.
THERE IS A BETTER WAY! The Common Sense Divorce is a restorative divorce process that is more amicable, cost effective and keeps your family out of court!
"Unfortunately too many people spend
outrageous amounts of money to bitterly contest their divorce agreement only to have to revisit it in two years because someone is upset and not keeping their end of the bargain. I assure you - You want to create an agreement that ‘sticks' and there are better ways to get there!"
KEEP IT AMICABLE!
Learn how to get your spouse to the table
“It’s your life, your family, your money and your future. You have to assume responsibility. You have to do your own homework and you have to take control…it’s time to start making a plan.”
- Gail Vaz-Oxlade | The Common Sense Divorce
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Quick introduction to the Ontario Divorce Process
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