Separation can be defined as parties living as common law or separated from a marriage and is often tied to timelines as set out by the Ontario courts. It is important to note that Separation agreements and court orders can resolve some family matters when you separate but they do not legally end your marriage. The only way to legally end your marriage is to get a divorce. We at Chhokar Law Office understand such interruption of marriage when a separation occurs. Please call us for a free consultation as we are dedicated to providing the appropriate remedies and to offer the right resolution in such critical circumstances. Tel: 905-488-6557
A separation agreement is a legally binding contract created between two spouses, at the time of their separation. This contract sets out each party’s rights on issues such as: child custody/access, property, debts and child/spousal support.