We can offer a fixed price service for your separation agreement. The actual costs depend on the specific details of your teaching. As a general rule, a separation agreement that requires the payment of assistance to the spouses contains certain means to limit the duration of the assistance. These conditions can be as follows: the absence of an agreement means that in the future your partner will be able to assert financial rights against you: more importantly, especially when there are minor children of the marriage, a separation agreement allows you and your spouse to elaborate in advance the details of custody and visitation. as well as family allowances and supplements to childcare (« add-ons ») such as health insurance, education and childcare. A separation agreement is a contract, just as you have a contract with your employer, landlord, or the company from which you rent your car. On the other hand, it is a special type of agreement, different from commercial contracts, since it deals with family law issues, which are also dealt with in the Family Law Act and the Divorce Act. As a result, the law dealing with separation agreements is a mixture of legislation, customary law with respect to family agreements and parts of the law dealing with traditional commercial contracts. A separation agreement is a contract that records a solution to the problems that arise when a married or undarried relationship ends. Unlike marriage and concubine agreements entered into at the beginning of a relationship, separation agreements are made when the relationship is over.
A separation agreement is useful if you have not yet decided whether you want to divorce or if you want to break off your life partnership or if you are not yet able to do so. It is a written agreement that, in general, establishes your financial agreements while you are separated. It can cover a number of areas: however, a court would not, for example, allow any of you to be bound by a provision in the separation agreement stating that you will never be able to go to court to obtain child support. The process of entering into a separation agreement is quite simple. The parties discuss issues arising from the collapse of their relationship with each other (and hopefully in consultation with their lawyers). They strive to find a solution to each of the legal issues, which is as satisfactory as possible for both. It`s a good idea to take notes and record how each problem is solved, as these notes can form the basis of any agreement that can be reached. The potential subjects of a separation agreement are limited only by common sense and what the law allows. However, it is always better to be as realistic as possible in drawing up a separation contract. Is a payment plan unrealistically difficult for a party? Will children be able to adapt to common parenting? Are the obligations of the parties too complex between them? Are they too optimistic? Are they affordable? While it is preferable for all issues between the parties to be dealt with in a separation agreement, the simpler an agreement is, the better it will work normally in real life. . .