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So far Separy Law has created 31 blog entries.

Spousal Support Payments and Your Income Tax Return

Spousal support is taxable as income for the recipient spouse and deductible from the paying spouse’s income. However, the paying spouse should be careful when claiming spousal support payments as a deduction. First, spousal support should be paid pursuant to the Court order or a written agreement. Second, the paying spouse should not only report [...]

Posted:Mar.24, 2017


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Happy Iranian New Year or “Norooz” from Separy Law P.C.

Posted:Mar.21, 2017


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Important changes in the treatment of child support for individuals in receipt of Ontario Works and Ontario Disability Support Program

The recent changes in the treatment of child support have increased the monthly support for almost 19,000 single parents in receipt of both social assistance and child support in Ontario. Until this year, child support payments received by recipients of  Ontario Disability Support Program ("ODSP")  and  Ontario Works ("OW") affected the social assistance amount a [...]

Posted:Mar.13, 2017


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Testimonial Received – Child Custody and Access

Child Custody is never an easy thing to go through and it can be stressful and confusing.  I had no idea what was going to happen when first stepping into it.  I was scared, and confused.  I wasn't sure how things would end and spent many nights not able to sleep.  I was approved by [...]

Posted:Sep.15, 2016


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Testimonial Received – Custody and Child Support Case

"I came to Solmaz Separy's law firm as a Legal Aid Ontario ("LAO") client.  I was apprehensive and afraid, as I was under the assumption that because I was not paying for services, I, along with my situation, would not be treated as a priority. However, my experience with Separy Law P.C. was the extreme [...]

Posted:Jun.10, 2016


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Testimonial Received – Responsible Lawyer: Ms. Talar Awakian

Complex Custody & Access / Child Support / Involvement of the Children's Aid Society   "First walking in to Separy Law I didn't know what to expect as this was my first time dealing with anything related to custody of my four children. From the law clerk to meeting with Talar I was immediately welcomed [...]

Posted:Apr.22, 2016


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  • 2016 Norooz

Happy Iranian New Year (“Norooz”) from Separy Law P.C.

Posted:Mar.18, 2016


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Breakdown of Marriage and Divorce

Pursuant to the federal Divorce Act, a court may grant a divorce on the grounds that there has been a breakdown of the marriage.  A breakdown of the marriage can be established in one of three ways 1. Living Separate and Apart One way a breakdown of the marriage is established is if spouses have [...]

Posted:Mar.10, 2016


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Our 5 Year Anniversary

We are very excited to announce that this week marks our 5 year anniversary at Separy Law P.C. We have had some great accomplishments this year. We have resolved a large number of Family Law cases involving all aspects of family law, including separation, divorce, custody, access, child support, spousal support and property division matters. We [...]

Posted:Feb.16, 2016


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Traveling with Children: When do you need a consent letter?

It is important that a traveling parent have a consent letter to travel as immigration authorities upon entering or leaving a foreign country may request proof that the traveling parent has the right to travel with the child(ren). Without the consent letter, a country could refuse to allow a party to enter with the children, [...]

Posted:Feb.03, 2016


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