When family law becomes a topic of public interest, our lawyers always join the conversation.
Rick Peticca is quoted on information he shared with Chief Financial Commentator Patricia Lovett-Reid about the unique financial challenges of grey divorce.
Here is the good news: we are living longer, healthier and more productive lives than we ever thought possible. The bad news: not everyone wants to potentially spend the last third of their life with their current partner or spouse.
Nearly 2/3 of Canadians who plan to marry or be in a common-law relationship are entering into the relationship with debt. While many of these couples may not see a need for a marriage contract, Diana Isaac says this document can help individuals maintain their financial integrity, even if they don't have many assets.
Daniel Simard discusses the latest developments in the high profile divorce case between Eleanor McCain and Jeff Melanson.
Can technology be blamed for breaking up a marriage? Rick Peticca answers this increasingly common question, and leaves listeners with an important message about social media and divorce.
Divorce can be a tricky and expensive system in Canada, especially when couples don't fully understand how it works. Ron Shulman, founder of Shulman Law Firm in Toronto, says most people don't anticipate the complexity of family law as well as the procedures around divorce.