Articles by Kim Brown

Kim Brown is the Community Manager at Shulman Law Firm.

Plan for the Worst to Ensure the Best for your Business

It may not be romantic, but planning to protect your business from divorce before getting married is important. While no one ever expects their relationship to end, approximately 41% of Canadian marriages don’t […]

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Co-Parents And School: Who Pays For What?

The new school year is fast approaching, and there may be a lot of “firsts” for some divorced parents to figure out. This is especially true if the child is just beginning their […]

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How Same-Sex Marriage Became Legal in Canada

As the 150th anniversary of Confederation approaches, many Canadians are taking this opportunity to reflect on how much we’ve developed as a nation, and how much growing we still have to do. Family […]

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Ending A 30-Year Marriage: The Implications Of A Grey Divorce

It’s no secret that divorce can be a costly process, but it may surprise you to know that the financial impact can be much greater if you are over the age of 50. […]

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Tips For Happier Holidays After Divorce Family Law Toronto

Tips For Happier Holidays After Divorce

The winter holidays are supposed to be happy, merry and bright. But this joyous time of year can be incredibly stressful. Interacting with extended family, entertaining, travelling, purchasing food and gifts, carving out […]

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