Divorce circumstances can dictate decisions that must be made
Having to go through a divorce isn’t a fun event. Even when you are the one who was ready to call it quits, the reality that you are going to end your marriage and divide your assets can be difficult to cope with. On top of the life-changing events that you are having to deal with, you also have to deal with the legal issues that are bound to come up.
We know that you probably have some questions about your rights under Canadian law. We can help you explore what the laws of Canada, as well as the laws of Ontario, say about your divorce. Once you are familiar with these, you can move forward with developing a plan for every aspect of your divorce.
The manner in which you handle your divorce can depend on a host of factors. The presence of a prenuptial agreement, for example, can change the way that the property division is handled. This is especially true if you have assets that were present when you were married, as well as other circumstances if they were addressed in the prenuptial agreement.
Some divorces, such as those that involve high-value assets, can be even more difficult than others. When any of these assets are being contested, things can get even more complicated. We can help you work through the legal aspects of dividing all of these assets.
No matter how complex or simple your divorce, we can help you learn about what options you have and how those can affect you. Even if your case involves spousal support, child custody or child support, we are here to help.