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When two people get married, they enjoy new rights and benefits, such as the right to divide family property upon divorce. Historically, under the law, these rights were exclusively reserved for married people.
Blended families have become quite common in today’s society. According to a 2019 Canadian Health Survey on Children and Youth, 20% of children who have experienced parental separation or divorce, live with a stepparent - that equates to over 237,000 Canadian kids.
What are you gifting this Valentine’s Day? Chocolates? Jewelry? It always feels good to give, but what happens to those gifts when a couple separates?
Frequently Asked Questions
In Canada, the Spousal Support Advisory Guidelines (SSAGs) are commonly used to guide the calculation of spousal support, although they are not legally binding. These guidelines aim to make support awards more predictable and consistent.
Divorce in Canada usually necessitates a one-year separation, with the timeline varying due to factors like asset complexity, parenting disputes, and court schedules.
Mediation comes in various forms, each tailored to different needs and situations. Common types include Traditional Mediation, which facilitates communication; Evaluative Mediation, which offers case assessments; Transformative Mediation, which empowers parties to resolve disputes; Restorative Mediation, aimed at repairing relationships; and Med-Arb, a blend of mediation and arbitration. The best fit depends on your specific case and requirements.