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We understand that litigation is complex, confusing and overwhelming. To help you stay informed during this stressful time, the Law Offices of C. Richard Buck has created this helpful blog full of tips and other advice for people going through this process. 


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  • 19/10/2017 0 Comments
    Facts About Spousal Support

    A separation or divorce can be emotionally taxing and you may be uncertain about many aspects. You may be asking if you need to pay spousal support or if you are entitled to it? If so, for how long? When can you expect a review date or termination date? How do you get enforcement? What if you need to change the amount? C. Richard Buck can walk you through the process and answer these kinds of questions for you. He’s an experienced divorce lawyer in Kitchener and Waterloo.

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  • 29/03/2017 0 Comments
    The Property Rules Upon A Separation

    On a separation between spouses, the Net Family Property of the Parties is equalized further to the provisions of our Ontario Family Law Act. Except for jointly owned assets, the value of such property is determined at the valuation date or in other words, the date of separation. A separation occurs when one of the spouses determines that there is no reasonable prospect of continuing cohabitation. It only takes one. “Spouse” under the statute means legal spouses i.e. they are married to each other.

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  • 08/02/2017 0 Comments
    Tips You Should Know When Going Through a Separation or Divorce

    A separation or divorce can be a very stressful time in your life. Marriage breakdown increases the long-term risks of a heart attack, especially for women, according to a 2015 U.S. study from Duke University. Marriage breakdown also negatively impacts income, especially for women, and it can also adversely affect retirement savings and one’s credit rating. Additionally, children who grow up in families subject to separation or divorce are more likely to experience divorce as well in adulthood. Minimizing the effects of separation or divorce is critical for anyone going through it.

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