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How To De-Escalate Conflict Post Separation Family Law Toronto

How To De-Escalate Conflict Post-Separation

When people think of conflict, they usually think it is the other person who needs to make a change. In other words, the other is most often seen as the cause of conflict […]

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How To Have A Good Divorce Family Law Toronto

How To Have An Amicable Divorce

The “good divorce” does exist. In fact, we’re seeing a rise in amicable divorces. Married couples don’t want the drama often associated with divorce. They don’t want to spend years in court. And […]

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Parenting Coordination – What Is It?

For whatever reason, some separated parents find themselves in frequent conflict and unable to resolve their differences. Their inability to resolve conflict may have them going back to court time and time again. […]

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RESPs and Divorce Family Law Toronto

RESPs and Divorce

A Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) is a common vehicle used by many parents to save for their kids’ post-secondary education. Governments provide an additional incentive by matching up to 20% of a […]

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Coming Soon: Child-Focused Changes To The Divorce Act

In Canada, the federal Divorce Act is the governing legislation that addresses the mechanics of divorce, and also sets out the rights and obligations that arise from getting one. But that legislation, which […]

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Proving Infidelity: Should I Get Proof?

In Ontario, there are no additional compensation considerations for proving infidelity or “heartbreak”, so does it really matter if your spouse cheated? If you look at this issue from a financial point-of-view, the […]

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What If The Child Does Not Want To Follow The Parenting Agreement Family Law Toronto

What If The Child Does Not Want To Follow The Parenting Agreement?

This is such a loaded question and so much depends on circumstance. It is important for all parents to know that all kids, at some point refuse something. It could be refusing their […]

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TFSA Versus RRSP: Is One Better Than The Other?

Everyone keeps talking about contributing to RRSPs and TFSAs, but not everyone clearly explains what they are or when you should contribute to these accounts. What is an RRSP? A Registered Retirement Savings […]

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Is My Ex Brainwashing My Child?

Common these days is the battle cry of Parental Alienation. However, also common is parents sharing things with their kids that while not appropriate, doesn’t rise to the level of parental alienation. The […]

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