Knowledge Base

You’re looking for information, and we have plenty to share. We’ve gathered a lot of free resources on separation and divorce, and to help you navigate it all we’ve grouped them around key topics so you can zone-in on what you want to know more about.

Lockdown

Effects of the Lockdown Lift on Divorce

There is finally good news ahead. Lockdown is beginning to relax, and many Canadians have already received their first dose of the vaccine.  These are encouraging signs for those of us who have experienced a loss of cashflow that have left their financial circumstances teetering on […]

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Social Media

Is Social Media Safe For Your Kids? How To Tell.

There’s no denying that Social Media has changed all of our lives. We’ve become trained to check our devices frequently, share our secrets with strangers, and often feel real anxiety or depression when […]

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Amicable Divorce

Benefits of an Amicable Divorce

When you said the words until death do us part you meant it.  And so, it is painful to accept the fact that your partner changed their mind after declaring this promise to you in […]

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Communication

Six Tips for More Peaceful Communication with Your Co-Parent

Anger, fear, jealousy, hatred and even unresolved love. There are so many reasons why communication with one’s co-parent can be a challenge.   With all those feelings at play, it is not uncommon that […]

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Following The Right Shooting Star Online In Family Law

What is one of the toughest things to do once you realize that you have a matter that requires the assistance of a lawyer? To find one that you can trust, rely on […]

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The Friendly Family Lawyer: They Really Do Have Your Back

Lawyers often get a bad rap. Go to the friendliest of cocktail parties (this is pre-COVID-19, mind you!) and you might find yourself sparking up a chat with a person – or several […]

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Now You C-10, Now You Don’t – Hiding Evidence By Force

There’s been a lot of buzz lately about Bill C-10. What should be a simple amendment to the Canadian Broadcasting Act could have serious implications for family law matters. Many already frustrated Canadians […]

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Lockdown

5 Easy Tips to Help Your Children Thrive during Lockdown

You probably never expected to be separating in the middle of a pandemic. The good news is the separation was amicable. You and your ex- partner agreed on naming you as the primary caregiver to […]

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Navigating Safely: Your Online World

It’s been more than a year living in the “new normal” environment of online shopping. There’s been inconsistent information available about when (if ever) this trend might subside. It’s a good time to […]

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