Dispute Resolution Clause in Ontario

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Dispute Resolution Clause of the Separation Agreement

Your Separation Agreement and specifically the elements pertaining to support and the parenting plan will include a clause describing the dispute resolution process by which potential future disagreements will be dealt with. It is an important clause that ensures you the option to pursue any number of potential dispute resolution avenues instead of only being able to resolve issues with lawyers or court. Typically negotiations that were originally resolved out of court will include a similar family dispute resolution process to deal with any potential future agreements.

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