Packages

Children’s Package

This package is designed for couples with children and includes a Parenting Plan that is designed with the best interests of your children in mind. Your Parenting Plan outlines how you care for your children after you separate and is personalized to fit the needs of your family situation. The Plan contains information relating to issues such as the residential schedules, holidays, custody arrangements, education, extracurricular activities, healthcare, travel and parental communication. Creating a plan can guide you and help reduce conflict, promote stability, and clarify uncertainty. It also establishes basic ground rules and protocols for any future changes you may wish to make to the plan.

Property Package

This package is designed for couples who have property to be divided and either have no children or have children that are older. Property may include such things as home, vehicles, bank accounts, investments, pensions and businesses. The equalization of property also calculates any debt you and your spouse may have, both individually and jointly. When a couple separates the spouse with the higher value of assets usually pays an “equalization payment” to the spouse with the lower value of assets.

Children & Property Package

This package is designed to help couples who have both children and property. It combines all the specific features that are included in the Children’s Package and the Property Package.

A La Carte Services

Some couples have special requirements. For example, they may already have a separation agreement and they only require changes to the agreement. In this example they would choose the individual service required. You can choose any combination of Mediation Services, Child Support Calculations, Spousal Support Calculations, Parenting Plan, Equalization of Property Statement Financial Evaluation or Divorce Application Services.

*The information included in a Separation Agreement, or other applicable document, is purely an administrative service and does NOT imply any legal advice. The Agreement replicates the information received from you throughout the mediation process. It is strongly recommended that you retain Independent Legal Advice before signing any documentation arising out of the end of your marriage or common law relationship.
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