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Old 12-23-2013, 11:11 AM
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thanks


how do I transfer the title get the plates of the car and bring them to MTO
(my wife idea of doing things is "you move out now and we do everything later" so I do not expect to much help from her)


any links for SA forms, self forms, explanations for dummies, advice etc.
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you take a screwdriver and remove the plates if they are in your name. I don't think you can transfer licence plates.

look online for the ministry of transportation to find out what to do.

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Google MTO, the instructions are all there and simple enough.
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Old 12-23-2013, 11:34 AM
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you take a screwdriver and remove the plates if they are in your name. I don't think you can transfer licence plates.
Yes I believe you can.
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Old 12-23-2013, 11:36 AM
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It's OK to want to do things on your own but don't be afraid to seek out a lawyer.

You will need one at some point better to get a consultation at the very least.

yes, there are bad lawyers out there but there are many great lawyers too...every profession has the good, the bad and the ugly....

Find a good lawyer, use to consult this will keep your bill down and you will know how to proctect yourself and your children.

DO NOT BE RUSHED INTO SIGNING ANYTHING OR AGREEING TO ANYTHING THIS WILL AFFECT YOU AND YOUR CHILDREN FOR THE REST OF YOUR LIFE!!

STOP LISTENING TO YOUR EX...SHE IS ONLY LOOKING OUT FOR HER BEST INTEREST!!!
















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Old 12-23-2013, 11:47 AM
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thanks again


any Mississauga lawyer recommendations ? (do not want to say cheap, but money is my big concern)
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Yes I believe you can.
if you look part way down it says the plates stay with the owner.
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I feel for Abu. I'm sorry you have to go through this.

One thing I would suggest is that you email your wife about things like the plates, etc. Perhaps say: By 30 January I would like you to register the vehicle in your name. I believe that 30 days is sufficient notice and gives you ample time to arrange for this.

After the date you give, **THEN** remove the plates. You then have demonstrated notice and won't look like you were just being a manipulative ass.
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Old 12-24-2013, 01:01 AM
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thanks again

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... if she moves out and takes the kids, you immediately file in court to have them returned to the home ...
what if she just take them for 1 night or 2 or 3 nights ... I just don't want to blow whistle to early or to late ... any advice ?
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IF you make more $ than she does, you may also want to dangle the CS carrot in front of her. As soon as you split, you'd be paying the difference between the '2 kids' table amount for your income vs the table amount for her income (exclude new partners' incomes), plus covering 50% of 'day to day' kid expenses (excluding stuff specific to your household, like food for kids, gas, extra utilities).

When you transfer car ownership to her, immediately cancel your insurance policy for that car (and notify her). Remove her from the policy for the car you are keeping as soon as you are sure she will not be driving it.

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