DIVORCE & SEPARATION

END THINGS THE RIGHT WAY

Making the difficult choice to separate or divorce is just the start of many decisions you will need to face.  What about the house? Who pays the bills? How do we co-parent our kids?  In Saskatchewan, all separations and divorces are governed by the Family Property Act and the Family Maintenance Act, and if you are legally married, your rights are responsibilities are laid out in the Divorce Act, which is federal law.  

No court application is required for a separation, however determining your Date of Separation is important, as married couples may file for divorce after one year of separation, and common law spouses must divide their family property within two years.  A separation agreement, often called an Interim Interspousal Agreement, is of vital importance as it lays out how you have agreed to divide assets, parent children, and pay support until a final Interspousal Agreement can be reached.

If you mediate your interspousal agreement, whatever you agree is best for your situation is how things will unfold in the future, regardless of what the statutes and legal precedents are, so long as you seek independent legal advice before signing.  If you fail to reach an agreement in mediation, a judge or family arbitrator will make the decision for you, based on the law and legal precedents.

If you mediate your separation or divorce, you control your future and make all the decisions for yourselves.  If you don’t, you leave your future in the hands of a stranger.

 

How Can We Help

  • Conflict Coaching to Help You Communicate Effectively and Maximize Mediation
  • Negotiating Property Division
  • Negotiating Asset and Debt Division
  • Negotiating Spousal Support
  • Negotiating the Exclusions of Certain Property and Assets, Such as Businesses and Farms
  • Creating Parenting Plans and Determining Child Support
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#MEDIATE DON'T LITIGATE

Not sure what mediation is? We explain the entire process here.

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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CASES

Ending an abusive or toxic relationship? We have processes in place to keep you safe and help you take back control.  Find out the details here.

#NEWWAYS #FORFAMILIES

Are you and your ex constantly fighting? Our New Ways For Families program assists parents with communicating in a productive manner to make parenting decisions outside of the courtroom.

SO, WHAT'S IT GOING TO COST?

Incarna Consulting has a variety of packages and programs available to meet the most basic to most complicated needs, including domestic violence and high net worth cases.

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BLENDED MODELS

Not sure you and your ex can agree on everything?  Our Med-Arb programs give you the freedom and flexibility of mediation with the added security of guaranteed decisions. Learn more here.

ONGOING SUPPORT

Incarna Consulting is pleased to offer ongoing post-separation support to assist couples in the first few months or years after their relationship ends. It’s important to us that you are not alone.

YOU HAVE PROBLEMS. WE HAVE SOLUTIONS.

THERE IS A BETTER WAY

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