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Common Law Issues The law regarding common law relationships is different than in cases of divorce. Discuss the issues that affect unmarried couples here.

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Old 02-07-2011, 08:03 PM
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Oh and so you know "The law has been amended numerous times since its enactment and has been modified by court rulings"
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Which law is that?

The ones you broke?
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Old 02-07-2011, 08:37 PM
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Voluntary Disclosures Program

Your "quotes" refer to what exactly? I can "quote" anything I want to, doesn't make it fact - references please!
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Old 02-07-2011, 09:59 PM
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Voluntary Disclosures Program


I already went thru that program and the CRA has an order from the superior court and it mentionned all the details as I forwarded this to them. Our separation agreement was drafted aferward. Remember "she settles her debt with CRA" anyway I am not here to discuss my separation details and neither my life. The only discussion I wanted to share with people is whether or not after separation an ex spouse would be eligible to survivor benefit if one died. And this depending on what a judge wrote on a separation agreement. That is what we will find out later as I am not running to the post office to retrieve this application. I did not have a discussion but instead attack and accusation based on ignorance of my whole case etc. The quote refer to family law. It is changing and will continue to change as judge make judgement on fact presented to them and interpretation of the law. I would have much prefer to have this discussion in french as this would have been easier but now that you know that I am french I will expect some comments on that as well unless you prove me wrong. Remember I was accused of being a criminal. Interesting would you say!!!
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Next time somebody disagrees with me, I am going to cry discrimination because I have freckles..

Immigrants, visible minorities, senior citizens, homosexuals, women, Frenchmen and freckled people just can't get a fair shake in Canada!!
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I would have much prefer to have this discussion in french as this would have been easier but now that you know that I am french I will expect some comments on that as well unless you prove me wrong. Remember I was accused of being a criminal. Interesting would you say!!!
Don't be so dramatic. Being french doesn't make you a criminal. Tax fraud does though.
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Voluntary Disclosures ProgramRemember "she settles her debt with CRA" anyway I am not here to discuss my separation details and neither my life. The only discussion I wanted to share with people is whether or not after separation an ex spouse would be eligible to survivor benefit if one died.
Did she settle those debts? Or did she die before the CRA found out about your misrepresentation? Have they even found yet?

Again, why would you want to discuss those details? They don't exactly paint a pretty picture do they?
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Old 02-08-2011, 05:37 AM
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why don't you go asked her. You just have to dig a few feet, you seem like the guy that would do that!!!

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Next time somebody disagrees with me, I am going to cry discrimination because I have freckles..

Immigrants, visible minorities, senior citizens, homosexuals, women, Frenchmen and freckled people just can't get a fair shake in Canada!!

I have to remember this one, this is a good one
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mine a little different,divoriced four years ,retirement benefit was never paid now need to figure out how to redirect paid out on benefit back to me anyone got any ideas
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