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By The Ross Firm
For many new entrants, gathering enough funds for a down payment is a huge accomplishment - and a first rite of passage into the real estate market.
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Last week, we began a three-part series about the various closing costs that come with new home purchases.
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When you buy a home and receive title, you have legal ownership and the various rights associated with it. But what looks good on paper may not always be the case in actuality.
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On behalf of Jenn McMillan of The Ross Firm Professional Corporation posted in Family/Matrimonial Law on Tuesday, July 18, 2017.
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Beyond the granite countertops and hardwood floorboards, a home may harbour defects - some negligible, others serious.
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When a marriage-like relationship breaks down, discussions on separation issues don't need to descend into contentious exchanges of "I want this" and "You can't have that".
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The home-buying adventure is done. Buyer seals the deal with seller. Broker finalizes the paperwork. All parties sign on the dotted line and deposit monies goes into a broker trust fund.
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While separating spouses may bristle at the idea of providing financial support to each other, child support is an inescapable legal obligation.
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Separation and divorce don't always have to end up in acrimonious court battles.
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More often than not, buyers and sellers wrap up their real estate deal, sign on the dotted line and then head to the lawyer with papers in hand.
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Entering the housing market for the first time can be a bewildering experience, especially where financing is concerned.
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This post is part III of a series in which we examine some of the basics that common-law couples need to know about their standing before the law.
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This second post looks at the one area in which cohabiting couples are treated no differently from married couples after a separation. This involves key issues pertaining to children.
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In the majority of cases, participants in the real estate market work with a real estate broker to buy or sell a property.
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Biology and behaviour are two key determining factors for child support obligations. Father a child or step into the role of parent and upon separation, a court may order an individual to share financially in raising the child.