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Pets

Pets and Divorce: Dividing the Dog

For spouses who have decided to go their separate ways, it’s easy to foresee the potential for conflict when untangling finances, making arrangements for the children, and dividing up physical belongings. But one […]

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How to Reduce Money Stress: Post Divorce

Managing money is something most of us will need to do, even if we don’t feel particularly confident about it.  Keep in mind many of us did not learn about money in school. […]

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Earth Day

Earth Day Co-Parenting: Easy Ways Your Kids Can “Restore the Earth”

First started in 1970, Earth Day has taken on a life of its own as people of the world become increasingly environmentally conscious.We celebrate the day on April 22nd annually since 1970. It […]

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Keeping an Eye on Children

Keeping An Eye On The Children – The Right Way

During a separation or divorce, we have to get used to many changes. There are changes in schedules, behaviours, attitudes, finances, living arrangements… Yes, sometimes these changes involve the people our children interact […]

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Sibling Day

It’s Sibling Day! Should You Separate Them or Not?

This year (2021) it falls on April 10. It is a day set out to honour, respect and remember sibling relationships. Indeed, siblings are one’s first community. It is within that community we […]

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Job Loss and Divorce: How To Get Yourself on Track

Chances are you never thought you would be divorcing in the middle of a pandemic. You have made your wishes known and moved forward with the divorce proceedings… You had no idea that […]

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Your Ex

Caution: Checking On Your Ex Can Lead To Big Burns

One of the things I hear way too often is, “I just wanted to see how they were doing”. This usually comes from someone that has recently left a relationship or is going […]

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You Left Property: Can Your Ex Throw Out Your Stuff?

There’s a famous Carrie Underwood song called “Before He Cheats”.  The video’s plotline shows the singer taking a baseball bat to the souped-up red truck of her cheating boyfriend; she gleefully smashes its […]

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