I have been living with someone for 7 years so that assumes we are considered common law. I want to end the relationship. We bought a house together. I put $8,000 for downpayment and he put $3,000. I would like to keep t… (Read more)
In general, when a common law couple separates, they can enter a private separation agreement which will determine the division of assets or, if no agreement is reached, either spouse may decide to pursue legal recourse to divide the assets and seek further support.
If you require further legal assistance, we can recommend Carolina Bruckson (https://bruksonlaw.ca), an Ontario-based family lawyer.
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