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SEPARATION AGREEMENT
WITHOUT CHILDREN

$1,250

+ HST

Separation Agreement

Division of Property

Spousal Support Calculations*

Child Support Calculations*

Parenting Plan

SEPARATION AGREEMENT
WITH CHILDREN

$1,750

+ HST

Separation Agreement

Spousal Support Calculations*

Division of Property

Child Support Calculations*

Parenting Plan

SEPARATION AGREEMENT
WITHOUT CHILDREN

$1,250

+ HST

Separation Agreement

Division of Property

Spousal Support Calculations*

Child Support Calculations*

Parenting Plan

SEPARATION AGREEMENT
WITH CHILDREN

$1,750

+ HST

Separation Agreement

Spousal Support Calculations*

Division of Property

Child Support Calculations*

Parenting Plan

*Note: Support calculations are done for T4 employees only. Self-employed will be charged an additional fee.

ADDITIONAL SERVICES

Parenting Plans

A Parenting Plan is a comprehensive document that outlines how you will co-parent your children after you separate. The Plan is personalized to fit the needs of your family situation. It may contain details about residential schedules, holidays, parenting arrangements, education, extracurricular activities, healthcare, travel, and parental communication.

Creating a Plan can help reduce conflict, promote stability, and clarify uncertainty. It also establishes basic ground rules and protocols for any future changes you may wish to make to the plan.

$750 + HST. 

Divorce Applications

Divorce is the legal end to a marriage. You must apply to the court to become divorced. In Canada, divorce is only determined on the grounds of ‘marital breakdown.’ There are three ways to show that your marriage has broken down including

1) Living separate and apart for at least one year

2) Adultery and

3) Cruelty (physical or mental).

Most divorces are filed based on one year’s separation.

Having a Separation Agreement does not mean you are Divorced. You must apply to the court to become divorced. We can assist separated couples to draft a Joint Divorce Application to file with the court.

Complete a detailed questionnaire and we will draft the documents for you.

$560 + HST. 

Online Mediation Services

Divorce Mediation is a confidential process, guided by a neutral third party, who assists separating couples work through the terms of their separation.  A mediator listens to both parties and can provide options or suggestions that may assist in the negotiations.

The mediator will facilitate direct discussions among the parties to help them create a mutually acceptable Agreement including issues pertaining to parenting, division of property and spousal/child support.

If you and your spouse are unable to agree to all terms of your separation, our sister company, Positive Solutions Divorce Services® can assist you through online mediation. Visit the website at www.positivesolutions.ca for more information.

$350 per hour + HST.

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Still Have Questions?

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Disclaimer:

The information included in the Separation Agreement, or other applicable documents, is purely a guide and cannot substitute for a lawyer’s skill, knowledge, and experience. These documents are simply reflective of the information received from you and are an administrative service only. Help for Divorce® does not warrant and is not liable or responsible for ensuring the validity and/or enforceability of any Agreement or clause in an Agreement and remains your full and sole responsibility.

Full financial disclosure is a crucial element in the preparation of any Separation Agreement, as such failure to disclose full financial information may be grounds for a Court to set aside the Separation Agreement. It is also critical that you understand your rights and obligations under existing law. In many circumstances, the Agreement will be addressing complex assets and issues, such as corporations, trusts, pensions, tax implications etc. In these cases, it is imperative that the actual relevant documentation be reviewed and that the expertise of an accountant or specialist in the subject area be consulted to ensure that the Agreement properly addresses these complex assets and issues.

It is strongly recommended that you retain Independent Legal Advice before signing any documentation arising out of the end of your marriage or common law relationship.

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