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.

How to Approach Divorce During the COVID-19 Holidays

The City of Toronto and Region of Peel have just entered a second government-imposed lockdown phase. They are attempting to stem the spread of COVID-19.  With a mandated duration of 28 days spanning […]

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Protect Yourself: Top Three Financial Risks and How to Avoid Them

This month, we are talking about the top three financial risks a person may face over their lifetime. These risks can significantly impact your financial health, and if you encounter these risks you […]

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Pre-Divorce Reading List: A Useful Guide to Help You Cover Your Bases

The prospect of getting a divorce is daunting. Legal information can be confusing; practical advice can be overwhelming. Even in the most amicable of divorces, emotions will sometimes run high. If you and […]

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Taking the Reins of Your Aging Parents Finances. What You Need to Know…

You are beginning to realize it may be time to take over. Perhaps you have visited recently, and you are getting concerned. There are hardly any groceries in the fridge and bills seem […]

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Temporary Arrangements Due to COVID-19 – The New Status Quo?

Everyone’s life has been touched by the COVID-19 pandemic is some way. This is especially true for separated parents and their children. First, they have had to adapt to new physical distancing protocols and […]

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COVID Halloween? Easy Tips and Tricks for Co-Parents

Trick or treat? Sounds like a description of some co-parental relationships. This COVID-19 thing is difficult enough to navigate when parents get along. When separated, each may hold more strongly to their views […]

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Religion and Co-Parenting Arrangements: How to Navigate Traditions and Beliefs

For parents who are separated or divorced and are co-parenting together, there are many day-to-day issues that must be sorted out: including religion.  This requires a good deal of communication, cooperation, and compromise.  […]

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I’m Recently Divorced, Now What?

Now that the ink has finally dried on your divorce it’s time to start making plans. Recognizing that you may be feeling anxious about the life you are leaving behind, there is wisdom […]

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How To Prove Income During COVID-19

In the current world, investigators and clients alike are often at their wits end. They must determine if someone is working or if they are receiving income or benefits that they are failing […]

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