“When you get married, the law treats your marriage as an equal economic partnership. If your marriage ends, the value of the property you acquired while you were married and the increase in the value of property you brought into your marriage will be divided in half: one half for you and one half for your husband or wife. There are exceptions to this rule”

Getting legal help in Family Law is essential. One cannot predict the breakdown of a marriage. However, one can prepare for the terrible aftermath. Early preparation, knowledge of rights, liabilities and responsibilities is critical to achieving success. Decisions are required to be made through agreement, mediation, court, or arbitration. We have successfully dealt with the following:

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July 25, 2016

Noor v Shahid, 2016 ONSC 4775 (CanLII)

CITATION: Noor v. Shahid, 2016 ONSC 4775 COURT FILE NO.: FS-15-84309-00 DATE: 2016-07-25 SUPERIOR COURT OF JUSTICE – ONTARIO RE: Muhammad Danish Noor v. Marva Syed […]