The Common Sense Divorce

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The Money Smart
Divorce Solution

Family Mediation Caledonia Ontario

...Without Going to Court.

Financial Expert - Gail Vaz-Oxlade

The Money Smart
Divorce Solution

Family Mediation Caledonia Ontario

...Without Going to Court.

Financial Expert - Gail Vaz-Oxlade

Divorce in Caledonia, Ontario
Financially Focused Family Mediation

SMART DIVORCE

PEACE OF MIND - FINACIALLY SAVVY

Looking for a SMARTER
approach to Divorce?

The wisdom of Family Mediation,
the power of Collaborative Law
with the personal support of a holistic team.

SMART DIVORCE

PEACE OF MIND - FINACIALLY SAVVY

Looking for a SMARTER
approach to Divorce?

The wisdom of Family Mediation,
the power of Collaborative Law
with the personal support of a holistic team.

“For most, divorce is less about legalities and more about finances, tax implications and making smart money decisions. This is why thousands have trusted The Common Sense Divorce."
Gail Vaz-Oxlade Divorce and Finances
Gail Vaz-Oxlade
Money Expert, Best Selling Financial Author,
Host of TV's Till Debt Do Us Part
Family Mediation in Smooth Rock Ontario

The Unofficial Rules of Divorce:

  1. Divorce gets prickly, even in the most amicable situation
  2. It’s often less about the legalities and more about the money
  3. People make expensive mistakes because they don’t make a plan
  4. Before you do anything, understand your rights, obligations & complexities
Family Mediation in Smooth Rock Ontario

The Unofficial Rules of Divorce:

  1. Divorce gets prickly, even for the most amicable of situations
  2. The drama is often less about the legalities and more often about the money
  3. People make expensive mistakes because they don’t make a plan
  4. Before you do anything, understand your rights, obligations & complexities

Caledonia Family Mediation: The Common Sense Divorce Solution

The Common Sense Divorce has been the valuable resource for thousands of Canadians seeking legal, financial and emotional support during the challenging process of divorce.

Services extend virtually across all of Ontario, offering tailored assistance and guidance to individuals navigating the complexities of divorce proceedings.

For couples seeking a sound legal agreement, financially savvy solutions and personalized support, without the escalation of the court system, The Common Sense Divorce facilitates a smoother transition for individuals embarking on a new chapter in their lives.

Gail Vaz-Oxlade Divorce and Finances

TV's Gail Vaz-Oxlade

Gail is Canada’s no-nonsense, money expert. For more than 25 years you've witnessed her straight-up money wisdom, both on Radio and Television, most notably as host of TVs "Til Debt Do Us Part."

5 Things $mart People Get Right

DURING THEIR DIVORCE

Keep divorce out of court

#1 They Keep It…
Out Of Court!!!

Everything within you screams, “I’ll see you in court!” Friends and relatives are wanting you to ‘lawyer up!’ Don’t let emotions drive you into an expensive and emotional Court process. Court means tens of thousands of dollars and years of emotional drama! <br>There are options!

Keep divorce out of court

#1 They Keep It…
Out Of Court!!!

Everything within you screams, “I’ll see you in court!” Friends and relatives are wanting you to ‘lawyer up!’ Don’t let emotions drive you into an expensive and emotional Court process. Court means tens of thousands of dollars and years of emotional drama! <br>There are options!

#2 They Spend the Money on A REAL
Separation Agreement

Yes you need a Separation Agreement… and yes you need a real one! Skimping on the actual agreement is probably the biggest mistake people make when separating. Preparing, a real, legal, binding and enforceable Separation Agreement is how you properly prepare for your future. This is likely to be the most important document you will ever sign. Do it right. Create it properly from the beginning!

Smart Divorce and Financial Solutions
Smart Divorce and Financial Solutions
#2 They Spend the Money on A REAL
Separation Agreement

Yes you need a Separation Agreement… and yes you need a real one! Skimping on the actual agreement is probably the biggest mistake people make when separating. Preparing, a real, legal, binding and enforceable Separation Agreement is how you properly prepare for your future. This is likely to be the most important document you will ever sign. Do it right. Create it properly from the beginning!

The Importance of Money

#3 They Understand…
The Importance of Money

You’re on your own now. Understanding your money, knowing how it works and the tax & investment implications involved is vital to your financial future. Divorce is typically less about the legalities and more about the money! Choose the process that helps you make smart, savvy financial decisions.

The Importance of Money
#3 They Understand…
The Importance of Money

You’re on your own now. Understanding your money, knowing how it works and the tax & investment implications involved is vital to your financial future. Divorce is typically less about the legalities and more about the money! Choose the process that helps you make smart, savvy financial decisions.

#4 They Use Lawyers
…Only As Needed!

Lawyers are an invaluable professional tool, but also the most expensive. Understand how our collaborative team of divorce professionals; Mediators, Financial Specialists, Realtors, Mortgage Brokers, Coaches and Counselors can work together with a lawyer to save you money and make your separation easier. Do it right but stay within a budget!

Use lawyers only as needed
Use lawyers only as needed
#4 They Use Lawyers
…Only As Needed!

Lawyers are an invaluable professional tool, but also the most expensive. Understand how our collaborative team of divorce professionals; Mediators, Financial Specialists, Realtors, Mortgage Brokers, Coaches and Counselors can work together with a lawyer to save you money and make your separation easier. Do it right but stay within a budget!

Make a plan so things don't go crazy.

#5 They Make a Plan…
So Things Don’t Go Crazy!!!

Emotional Drama = Money! Separating without a plan is a recipe for pain; hurting you, your kids, your pocketbook and your future.  Divorce is tough, but a good plan, a wise team and a smart legal process will make separation a whole lot easier!

Make a plan so things don't go crazy.
#5 They Make a Plan…
So Things Don’t Go Crazy!!!

Emotional Drama = Money! Separating without a plan is a recipe for pain; hurting you, your kids, your pocketbook and your future.  Divorce is tough, but a good plan, a wise team and a smart legal process will make separation a whole lot easier!

Free Caledonia Services to Help Right Now

Ontario Divorce Plan

A personalized report that addresses your situation. Understand what’s involved BEFORE you start any legal processes.

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Telephone Consultation

Book a free telephone assessment and consultation. Learn about the divorce process in Ontario and how Common Sense Divorce can help.

Online Mediation for Family Law

HOW TO GET STARTED WITH ONLINE MEDIATION

Do you want to understand how Online Mediation can work for you?  Book a free JOINT TELEPHONE CONSULT for you and your Spouse.  We will gladly explain the entire process and its benefits.

The Common Sense Divorce Advantage

Resources and Tools

Generate a FREE Separation Analysis Report and better understand your personal situation.

Spectrum of Expertise

Mediation, Collaborative
Legal Services, Financial/Tax Planning, Children’s
Counselling.

Choices & Options

More choices, more legal options and more solutions for you,
your partner and
for your family. 

Family Mediation in selwyn Ontario

How to Avoid A Messy Divorce

  1. Seriously consider mediation before lawyer litigation
  2. If at all possible, stay out of the Family Courts
  3. Gather and organize your financial documents
  4. Do your homework, understand how divorce works in Ontario
Family Mediation in selwyn Ontario

How to Avoid A Messy Divorce

  1. Seriously consider mediation before lawyer litigation
  2. If at all possible, stay out of the Family Courts
  3. Gather and organize your financial documents
  4. Do your homework, understand how divorce works in Ontario