Some people go into divorce well-armed. They know exactly what’s going to happen next. They’ve researched ahead of time and they have an action plan.
Other people…not so much.
Divorce can be an incredibly overwhelming time for you: Who do you turn to? Who do you trust? What are your rights? Can you come out of this any better off than you are right now?
If there is any area where common sense flies out the window, it’s during a divorce.
Divorce is complicated. There are so many things you have to think about. And when there are children involved, it gets even more complicated.
People bring all their baggage, dump it in the middle of the floor, mix it up, and they they try to sort it out. That’s not the way to do it and it can be very expensive to do it the wrong way.
Instead you should be separating with a process in mind: you should know exactly where to start and and you should know exactly where you’re going to end up! And there should be steps along the way that make perfect sense to you – Common Sense.
And that’s what The Common Sense Divorce is.
Every couple faces unique challenges.
Understand how separation will affect you,
your children, your finances and your future.
It’s a group of professionals that are sincerely interested in getting you from here to there with your sanity intact. We have mediators and negotiators, lawyers, counsellors, therapists, mortgage brokers, tax specialists, realtors, accountants, bankers and financial planners.
We have all the people that you need to turn to so that when you make a decision, you’re making the decision that’s right for you, with the very best advice possible.
Separating amicably is about the children coming first; it’s about YOU – coming out with your self, your self-esteem, your spirituality, and your health intact and you having a foundation on which to build for the future.
So when should you get in touch with The Common Sense Divorce? The easy answer is right at the start. If you wait until you have mucked things up royally, it’s just going to take that much longer to sort the wheat from the chaff. What I strongly recommend you do is if you are contemplating divorce, even before you have made the final decision, get in touch with us and let us help you to decide what information you need to gather before you proceed, who you need to speak to so that you know what your rights are, and what you need to do next so that at each step, you’re in control of the process.
It’s a hard time, there’s no question. But there are right ways to divorce and there are wrong ways. Get in touch with us and let us help you.
Not everyone is ready to talk with someone in person. You can call the Common Sense Divorce at anytime and hear a pre-recorded 2 min message about our services.
We will gladly take the time to speak with you about our services and the divorce process in Ontario. The Common Sense Divorce offers a free 20 min telephone assessment and consultation.
We understand that this is a difficult time and calling us is a big step. We are going to work hard to make this phone call easier, make you feel at ease and make sure that we respect your privacy.
We understand that you may be just researching and have not made any decisions. We do not assume that because you are calling, that this means you are divorcing.