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Your marriage was a partnership, now ended.

The business of the law is to bring the marital relationship to a business end. It sets the rules about how the children and the marital property will be shared. It will attempt to meet everyone's needs in a fair, equitable and lasting fashion, as the parties begin their new life separate and apart.


The costs of the breakdown, both financial and emotional, depend upon what and when you know the facts. The more you know and the sooner you know reduces these costs.

This Guide is not intended to be a substitute for independant legal advice, and is subject to its Terms of Use.

Table of Contents

The Breakdown
What's to Be Done Immediately

Child Custody
Taking Care of the Children Always First

Support
Money Matters, and Fast
Child Support
Spousal Support

The Family Home
To Keep It or Sell It

The Family Property
Adding (and Subtracting) Your Share
The Need for Full and Honest Financial Disclosure

A Separation Agreement
Avoiding Litigation Hell

Litigation
When Reason and All Else Fails
The Process

Divorce
Judgment Day and Being Free to Re-Marry

Varying or Ending Support
Time Changes Everything

Conclusion
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