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So far Separy Law has created 37 blog entries.

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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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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Happy Holidays from Separy Law P.C.

All of us at Separy Law P.C. wish you and your families a happy holiday season and a new year filled with joy, health, and prosperity. Be good to your friends and families, even if you are parting ways.

Posted:Dec.23, 2015


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Testimonial Received October 2015 – Motion to Vary an Existing Order for Child Support

“I met Solmaz Separy in April 2013 when I needed to bring a Motion to Change Child Support Order due to a change in my financial situation because of a personal injury. Representing me, Ms. Separy had to deal with various parties, including government agencies over the 2 ½ year period until I was able [...]

Posted:Dec.08, 2015


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SEPARY LAW PC 4TH YEAR ANNIVERSARY.

I’m really happy to announce that this month we celebrate our four year anniversary. It has been a fantastic year for Separy Law PC and our clients. In 2014 - 2015, I took on the position of Board Member of the Family Lawyers Association, participating in committees in the areas of Legal Aid, Law Reform, [...]

Posted:Dec.08, 2015


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Testimonial Received in February 2015 – Motion to Change Child/Spousal Support

Our work sometimes involves changing the amount of support a support payor is either obligated to pay, or the amount of support a recipient has the right to receive. Sometimes, parties in Court proceedings will enter into agreements, agreeing to a certain amount of spousal or child support that meets the support recipient’s needs and [...]

Posted:Dec.08, 2015


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