In Quebec, spouses can present their application for amicable divorce by themselves to the Court. The parties must then fill out various documents, present various documents, pay fees and file their joint divorce application on draft agreement to the clerk of the Superior Court. While it is possible for the spouses to present it themselves,…

Amicable divorce, officially known as a joint application for divorce on draft agreement, is a beneficial solution for couples who wish to divorce. Amicable divorce, as with disputed divorce, may be pronounced on four grounds. The recognized grounds are adultery, physical cruelty, mental cruelty or the fact that the spouses have lived separately for at…

Donating to a charity or association in your will is a way to support a cause you care about. The different forms of donation There are different forms of donations that can be made by will: special legacy, residual legacy, universal legacy, life insurance, etc. Regardless of its form, a donation will allow you to…

A will makes it possible to say how property is to be distributed after death. Without a will, property will be distributed according to the provisions of the Civil Code of Quebec. The best way to plan the distribution of property is by a notarial will.   The various types of donations in a will…

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