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Court Upholds Separation Agreement in High-Net Worth Divorce

Lawyers are often asked whether Canadian courts uphold agreements between separated spouses. The quick answer is yes, they do, unless the agreement is substantially unfair, or where one party fails to provide full financial disclosure. Other reasons to set aside … Continue reading

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Divorce vs. Legal Separation: Why Choose One Over the Other?

When married relationships are no longer working for either spouse, most couples separate for a period of time before seeking out divorce. Most states require a couple’s separation, that is living under separate roofs, for a specific period of time … Continue reading

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ICJ Advisory Opinion on the Separation of the Chagos Archipelago from Mauritius in 1965.

The International Court of Justice is expected to issue an advisory opinion today in respect of the Legal Consequences of the Separation of the Chagos Archipelago from Mauritius in 1965. (mew) Read more detail on Recent International Law posts – … Continue reading

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What Determines Whether A Matrimonial Home Can Be Sold Following A Separation or Divorce?

When couples get divorced or separated, one of the largest issues to deal with outside of those involving children can be what to do with the matrimonial home. There are typically two options that a couple can choose from. The … Continue reading

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Why the paperwork in a Rhode Island divorce or separation proceeding is more than just "filling in a form."

Discover why family law lawyers are doing much more than "just fill in forms" when they prepare your divorce and family court documents in Rhode Island! Read more detail on Recent Family Law posts –

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