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Baker & Baker Family Lawyers in Toronto serves individuals and families throughout the Greater Toronto Area, including downtown Toronto, North York, York, Mississauga, Markham and Vaughan.

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Q WHAT ARE CLASSIFIED AS MARITAL ASSETS IN CANADA?

One of the big issues that people face when they are getting divorced is dividing the marital property. Some people don’t fully understand what is counted as marital property. They might think that their own pay is their own money; however, if it is paid that you earned while you were married, it is a marital asset. Understanding some basic points about marital assets can help you ensure that you are getting a good settlement when the time comes to divide these assets.
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Q WHAT SHOULD I KNOW ABOUT MEDIATION FOR FAMILY LAW CASES?

Going through a divorce is something that can be complicated. Going through mediation is one option that you might need to consider when you are going through a divorce or any other family law issue. Knowing about the process of mediation might help you to decide if it is right for your case. What is mediation?
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Q WHAT IS PARENTAL ALIENATION AND WHY IS IT A PROBLEM?

Dealing with child custody issues can be trying on the parents, as well as the child. In some cases, the children get caught in the middle of the battle between the parents. Those children can sometimes begin to adopt a negative attitude toward one parent based on the negative attitude the other parent has toward that parent. The legal term for that happening is parental alienation. Is parental alienation always done on purpose?
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Q WHEN DOES CHILD SUPPORT END?

There is a common misconception that the right to pay child support automatically ends when a child reaches 18 years of age. However, the law in Canada provides that child support can continue past the child reaching 18 years of age if he or she is enrolled in a full-time program of education, or is unable to withdraw from parental control, or obtain the necessaries of life as a result of illness, disability or other cause.
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Q DO YOU NEED A DIVORCE LAWYER?

Going through a divorce is not easy. Among the many things that you need to consider, you may be wondering if you must hire a divorce lawyer. While you are not required by law to have a divorce lawyer in order to file for a divorce, depending on your situation, you may need one to ensure the process runs smoothly.
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Q REASONS YOU SHOULD HIRE A TORONTO DIVORCE LAWYER

If you want to get a divorce in Toronto, you are not required by law to hire a divorce lawyer. Lots of people have an amicable separation and go on to have an uncontested divorce. An uncontested means that both parties agree on all aspects of the divorce. There are those, however, who need to hire a lawyer based on the nature of their divorce. If you are going through a divorce, here are four reasons you should hire a Toronto divorce lawyer.
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