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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 03-22-2010, 08:36 AM
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Everyone here has been through a breakup, and 99% were some degree of nasty or we wouldn't be needing help and advice. We understand better than you think.

We are not arguing "the Chinese style". You are basicly suggesting "the Chinese style" entitles you to support, and we are explaining that it doesn't.

In this country there is a full awareness by judges that some people abuse the court process and waste tens of thousands of dollars of taxpayer money persuing frivolous cases just to harrass someone or get revenge. If you want to persue this, ensure that you don't fall into that category.

If you are a student in Toronto go to the Osgoode Hall Law School, the students have clinics and you can get some decent legal advice.
Mess, I thank you for your advices. Basically I think my ex owe me because I contributed a lot to his career. If the court recognize my contribution, I will take it to the court, if the court doesn't, I won't. I already talked with a duty cousel and she thought I had a case. As I said, I will make a rational decision, based on the expectation of what I can get through going to the court, insteading of on my bad feeling towards my ex.

I just felt bad that I got judged easily and accused of "no self respect" or whatever. Since people here all been through a breakup, we should understand each other, insteading of judging a person who is merely gathering info to make decision.
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Old 03-22-2010, 05:05 PM
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Oh, now you think you can represent everyone else and you can judge me. How about the replies I got where people didn't judge me? How about those who read my post and didn't reply or those who haven't read my post yet? You think you can represent all of them?

As I said, I will make a rational choice, and the river has nothing to do with me.
Isn't it funny how those non-judgemental people are the same ones who agree with you? Your kind has been here before and will be here again.

Why don't you just spend your energy bringing forth your ridiculous claim instead of battling people who are telling you what you don't want to hear?
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Old 03-22-2010, 05:39 PM
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yes, he didn't use my money, and I didn't use the money from his loan, I only got half of the car($5000) from him, but how about all those hours I worked on housework to support his career, which postpone the date I could graduate? If the law doesn't recogonize housework, fine, but it means I don't have self respect to think about spousal support when the family law act recognizes common law marriage and it's within my rights?
sorry but lots of women and men work outside the home full time and then come home and work on housework, the kids etc. Unless you lived in a mansion that needed 24 hours to clean, you could have went to school also. Lots of men/women do it.
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Old 03-22-2010, 05:40 PM
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Isn't it funny how those non-judgemental people are the same ones who agree with you? Your kind has been here before and will be here again.

Why don't you just spend your energy bringing forth your ridiculous claim instead of battling people who are telling you what you don't want to hear?
Not everyone agreed with me in their replies, and I didn't call everyone judgemental, this is how your kind make conclusion? Whether my claim is ridiculous is for the court, not for you to decide. Whether I will bring forth my claim is not your business. Yes, I can save engery not to battle you, maybe you can also save yourself energy not to battle me who is saying something that you don't want to hear.
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