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What a Bright Idea! The Common Sense Divorce negotiate your separation amicably and keeps your divorce out of Ontario family court.


Separation Solutions that are legal, binding and enforceable

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THE DIVORCE PLANNING SESSION

Before you make mistakes that will cost you money, cause your family stress and create unnecessary legal drama… START WITH A PLAN! Begin by protecting your credit, understanding your finances and by knowing your negotiation options.


 

> analysis of your credit profile and credit score
> analysis of your current debts and liabilities
> understand how to protect your children moving forward
> review your “out of court” negotiation options
> explain and address claims for spousal and child support
> assess the matrimonial home and strategize mortgage needs
> start financial disclosures process and give you financial homework
> cover pension claims and division of assets
> coordinate inviting your spouse to the negotiation table

 

Afterwards, you will receive a personalized, step by step ‘Move Forward‘ Plan that explains how you will proceed at each juncture, explains many legal questions and covers matters such as: leaving the matrimonial home; addressing the needs of children; wills and estate planning; employment benefits, filing your taxes, life insurance; and establishing your own financial identity.


   

Take control of your future:

Call us: 1-866-748-6363

or send us an email

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Our most popular option
THE ONE-STOP NEGOTIATION BUNDLE

Whether you’re best suited for our  Mediation Process or our Collaboration Process this is the best bundled option for spouses willing to cooperate in order to save money, minimize acrimony and create a financially savvy agreement that will guide you into your future. The One-Stop Negotiation Bundle includes your family mediator, your ILA lawyer, your financial advisor, or your collaborative lawyers. The Professional Team that you need to negotiate in an equitable manner!


Family Mediator or Collaborative lawyer led negotiations
> Simplified Financial Disclosure Process
> Client Care and customer support
> Co-Parenting Plan
> Reconciliation of Finances Plan (assets and debts)
> Child and Spousal Support Negotiations
> Matrimonial Home Plan
> Preparation of legal Documents
> Includes Independent Legal Advice
> Lawyer preparation of Separation Agreement
> Financial & Retirement Planning
> Access to client Support Services (CDFA, mortgages, realtors, estate planning, counselor/therapist, insurance, accountants, financial planning)

When this process is completed, you will receive a completed legal Separation Agreement, a working Children’s Plan and Parenting Schedule, step-by-step ‘Move Forward‘ Plan that explains how you will move forward at each juncture, explains many legal questions and covers matters such as: leaving the matrimonial home; addressing the needs of children; wills and estate planning; employment benefits, filing your taxes, life insurance; and establishing your own financial identity.


   

Take control of your future:

Call us: 1-866-748-6363

or send us an email

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LAWYER-LED NEGOTIATIONS

Sometimes your best option is the help of a negotiation-based, dispute resolution focused, family lawyer. This lawyer-led negotiation process is perfect when one party require professional expertise in order to represent their individual interests.

Lawyer led negotiations include
> Simplified Financial Disclosure Process
> Client Care and customer support
> Co-Parenting Plan
> Reconciliation of Finances Plan (assets and debts)
> Child and Spousal Support Negotiations
> Matrimonial Home Plan
> Preparation of legal Documents
> Includes Independent Legal Advice
> Lawyer preparation of Separation Agreement
> Financial & Retirement Planning
> Access to client Support Services (CDFA, mortgages, realtors, estate planning, counselor/therapist, insurance, accountants, financial planning)


   

Take control of your future:

Call us: 1-866-748-6363

or send us an email

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