DIVORCE MEDIATION – SEPARATION AGREEMENT
In Toronto, North York, Scarborough, Vaughan, Mississauga, Aurora, and Oakville
Amicable Divorce® Mediation Services is a full-service Divorce Mediation Firm. I am a divorce mediator, and I provide personal, flexible, end-to-end Separation Mediation & Divorce Services and customized packages to clients seeking an amicable separation or divorce in Toronto, and across the GTA. Most are looking for an expert to help with the drafting of a mediated, legally binding, Ontario Separation Agreement*.
Feel free to give me a call, I will do my best to answer all your questions. There’s no time limit, and it’s free of charge. I will explain how I can help you save on divorce expenses, save on divorce time, and reduce the stress associated with separation and divorce. Choosing the right mediator is an important step. Make sure you select an expert. Instead of trusting your personal information to a whole group of people, let one skilled, accredited, and certified person handle your case from the first phone call to the hand-delivery of your final documents.
- Divorce Mediator – Accredited Family Mediator – (AccFM with the OAFM)
- Certified Divorce Financial Analyst – (CDFA with the IDFA)
- BSc in Child Developmental Psychology – Leiden University (Netherlands)
- BA (Hons) in Philosophy – UWO
- Certificate in Alternative Dispute Resolution – York University
- Certificate in Family Mediation – York University
- Member of – Canadian Psychological Association (CPA)
- Carolyn can also offer you services in Dutch and French
Carolyn Gille is a seasoned Senior Accredited Family Mediator, a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, and has a BSc in Developmental Psychology. She is skilled at guiding clients through the negotiation process in the areas of Net Family Property Division & Equalization, and Child & Spousal Support. She can also assist with Custody negotiations, Parenting Plans, Divorce Filing, and the creation of a Separation Agreement*.
ELEMENTS OF A SEPARATION AGREEMENT
NFP & EQUALIZATION
When a marriage ends, the equal contribution of each person to the marriage is recognized by law. The value of any kind of asset or debt that was acquired during the marriage, and still exists at separation is called Net Family Property. The NFP Statement shows what an equal division looks like. The payment made to ensure equal division of property is called an Equalization Payment.
Spousal Support is the amount of money paid by one spouse to the other after separation or divorce. Many factors may affect whether a spouse is entitled to support and how much support they should receive. Child Support is governed by Canadian law. The amount of child support is based on each parent’s income, the number of children, and residency arrangements.
A Parenting Plan is a written document that outlines how parents intend to raise their child after separation or divorce. It can include decisions about Custody and Residency, Healthcare, Education, Extracurricular Activities, Exchanges, Parenting Guidelines, Child-Parent Relationships, Childcare, and Travel. A Parenting Plan is especially helpful for parents with younger children.
AN AMICABLE DIVORCE
For most people, going through the process of separation and divorce is a very emotional time. Even though you may agree to an amicable divorce, you might not agree about anything else. Talking to each other, and making mutually beneficial decisions regarding financial division, child & spousal support, and custody can be very difficult. Many couples are looking for a Separation Agreement. This process often goes more smoothly when a Separation Mediator is present.
A Mediator is a neutral and impartial third party who is there to assist you in your negotiations. You make the decisions yourselves. Couples who are unable to make these decisions together, may end up having to go to court to let a judge make decisions for them. For those interested in an amicable divorce, Divorce Mediation offers an alternative to the expensive, stressful, time-consuming, and adversarial process of going through the Ontario court system. For couples who wish to save time, money, and preserve relationships, Divorce Mediation is the answer.
Choosing to resolve your issues through mediation, and reaching a negotiated settlement replaces your need to go to court. You’ll know before we start how much the process will cost and how long it will take. You will save time, and save money. Making decisions together makes the process much less stressful than ending up in court.
The work you are doing is fabulous and on point with the family law work I am doing. I really enjoyed working with you, and hope that there will be even greater opportunities for us to work together again in the future.
Very professional, effective, and skilled.
Carolyn is a very committed, caring and knowledgeable person who makes people feel at ease.
I will 100% be writing a great review on the initiating help and comfort you allow people to feel
Thank you, from the bottom of my heart. You were amazing to work with at this difficult time of my life. Again, thank you so much.
Thanks for all your hard work Carolyn, you have made this process much easier than I had anticipated! You are very good at what you do.
Thank you so much for all your help.
***** Carolyn definitely made this a smooth process. Her know how combined with the way she explains what needs to happen to get to the finish line really made the situation less confusing and awkward.
I know Carolyn as a intelligent, capable, and compassionate mediator. She provides skilled guidance through the mediation process, while setting a peaceful and non-judgemental tone that her clients appreciate.
Thank you so much for taking the time to answer my questions about mediation.