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Divorce and Unemployment

Divorce and Unemployment: How to Tell Your Kids

With so much that can go on with a separation or divorce, life continues and other issues may enter. Especially with children involved. Unemployment is one of those significant issues. It’s not uncommon […]

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A Quick History of Women in Canadian Law

For several countries, including the U.S., the U.K., and Australia, the month of March each year marks a celebration. Women’s History Month. Although Canada actually commemorates this worthy milestone in October,[1] there can never […]

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Receiving and Paying Child Support What You Need to Know

You have two children who will be residing with your former partner 50 percent of the time. You have elected to have joint custody of your children in the separation agreement. What will […]

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Smart devices

“Alexa, Prove My Case!”- How to Use Smart Devices in Family Law

We live in a technological age. In our homes, offices, vehicles and even when some of us travel or go camping, there are electronic devices. These are often overlooked, ignored or forgotten all […]

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What is an Affidavit? An Easy Explanation

To the layperson, the Canadian legal process can be confusing at the best of times.  The most basic elements – like terminology – will be something that the average person will have little […]

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What is love? Tips for Divorced or Separated Parents

What is love? Tips for Divorced or Separated Parents

What faith can a child have with love when they have separated parents? We tell the child we love them, we have likely said or inferred that about the relationship to their other […]

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Digital Infidelity: Cheating in a World of Technology

Recently, the question was posed, “is cheating online really cheating?”. At first glance, you’d have to say “Duh? You literally used the word “Cheating” twice in the question. But is it digital infidelity? […]

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Finance 101: A Helpful Guide for the Newly Divorced

Not sure where to start when it comes to taking the reins of your finances after a divorce?  This Finance 101 article was written exclusively for you!   The truth is- divorce is a […]

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