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Would like Information on the Divorce Process 

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Posted On: 5/16/2017
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I would like to know the divorce process.

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Posted On: 5/18/2017
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Hello,

Thank you for sharing your situation and question with us.

You can find some detailed information in our Settlement.Org How can I get a divorce in Ontario? article.

Here is an excerpt,

Before starting a divorce, it is recommended that you seek legal advice from an expert in family law. An expert such as a lawyer can tell you how the law applies to your case and how you can protect your rights. You can find a lawyer or ask for some information and referrals at a Family Law Information Centre in an Ontario family court.



I hope this information is helpful. Please let us know if you have further questions and if there is any follow up to your question/situation.


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itsirelman
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Posted On: 9/21/2020
itsirelman
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Hello,

I've heard that in some cases after the court decides to sell joint property, the funds are frozen for some time (could be a very long time), and are not split between the ex partners. My question is in which cases this happens, and if one of the partners refuses to collaborate (does something that makes the court to freeze the funds), what could the other partner do in order to resolve the situation.

Thank you
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Posted On: 19 days ago
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itsirelman wrote:
Hello,

I've heard that in some cases after the court decides to sell joint property, the funds are frozen for some time (could be a very long time), and are not split between the ex partners. My question is in which cases this happens, and if one of the partners refuses to collaborate (does something that makes the court to freeze the funds), what could the other partner do in order to resolve the situation.

Thank you



Hello,


Thank you for sharing your situation and question with us.

We can appreciate that you would be concerned about this situation.

It is best that you consult a reputable and registered lawyer familiar with family law regarding your situation. To find a at a Community Legal Clinic near you, you may wish to contact 211 and speak to a Community Resource Navigator, they may be able to refer you to community legal clinics in your area.

211 Ontario is a free, confidential service. Their phone service is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Here is a link to their live chat if you prefer to communicate online. Their live chat service is available Monday to Friday from 7am-9pm ET.

We hope this information is helpful. Please let us know if you have further questions and if there is any follow up to your question/situation.



Sincerely,

Your Settlement.Org team
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