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Old 07-19-2010, 02:53 PM
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Default separation agreement or court order or both?

Hi,
I think I don't understand the whole thing. My ex-spouse filed an application at the Ontario Court of Justice, I responded. We lived in common-law relationship and have 1 child.
I thought that if we are able to come up with a separation agreement which covers everything we can think of and send that to the court, the judge will copy-paste it and make it an order.
Now I was told by her lawyer that we have just come up with a "minutes of settlement" which covers only those things which were in the application and she will send that to the court and that will be the order.
Of course the application doesn't say a word about a bunch of things, like our cats.
What can we do? Should we come up with this "minutes of settlement" and write a "separation agreement about all other things? Or add everything to the "minutes of settlement" even if it wasn't mentioned in the original application/answer?
Thanks for the help!
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Old 07-20-2010, 07:50 AM
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any idea? (I supposed to answer today to my ex's lawyer if I accept the "minutes of settlement" as it is or not.)
Thanks!
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