Separation Agreement

This is intended for a Canadian audience.

ISBN: 978-1-77040-228-7

Number of pages: 136

Having a properly constructed separation agreement can make it much easier to obtain your mutually agreed divorce.

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  • Save time, stress, and expense
  • Face the future with certainty
  • Clarify your responsibilities

When married couples choose to live apart, each has certain rights and obligations that can be settled by an agreement — or be determined by the courts. Separation Agreement is designed to help avoid litigation over family assets, maintenance, and custody by helping couples address the issues and write down their agreement in a clear and concise manner. It’s written by a lawyer and is easy to use. This kit contains the following:

  • An explanation of separation agreements and the law,with completed samples
  • A tear-out blank form of a separation agreement
  • Copies of the Federal Child Support Tables for each province and territory (revised in 2006)

The download kit contains the blank separation agreement form in Word (6.0 or higher) and PDF formats. Also included is an agreement that same-sex couples can use. Note: Legal in all provinces except Quebec.

More Information
Publication Date Oct 19, 2014
Market Canada
PDF Preview Download URL
Edition Fourth Edition
Pages 136
Size 8.375 x 10.875
ISBN 978-1-77040-228-7
Library Sales? No
UPC 069635402283
About the CD The CD has been removed in favor of a download kit. The download comes as a compressed ZIP file containing a folder with the instructions. It can be used on any recent Windows, Macintosh, or Linux operating system. The kit requires an internet connection and MS Word or equivalent word processor.

Author Details - David R. Greig, B.A., LL.B.

David R. Greig earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1983 and his Bachelor of Laws degree in 1986, both from the University of Victoria. He is currently practising law in Vancouver, British Columbia, and has a special interest in matrimonial and family law.
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