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Why Court May Not Be The Best Option For Parenting Disputes Family Law Toronto

Why Court May Not Be The Best Option For Parenting Disputes

Parents don’t separate because they get along. No, they separate because they don’t get along. In not getting along it is common for at least one parent to experience some degree or anger […]

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What’s A Normal Family, Anyway?

If you’re even vaguely familiar with current television sitcoms, you will know what we’re referring to when we say “Modern Family.” “Modern Family,” which has been on the air since 2009 and will […]

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How Your RRSP Can Help You Out After Divorce Family Law Toronto

How Your RRSP Can Help You Out After Divorce

Although your RRSP (Registered Retirement Savings Plan) is intended to be used as a savings vehicle for your retirement, there are other ways that you can utilize your RRSP today. There are two […]

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Are You Experiencing Emotional Abuse Family Law Toronto

Are You Experiencing Emotional Abuse?

Defining emotional abuse can be tricky in that hearing strongly worded or loudly stated utterances aren’t necessarily abusive. If the utterance has a basis in fact, even if strongly worded, that too is […]

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Strong Versus Weak Separation Agreements Family Law Toronto

Strong VS Weak Separation Agreements – What Sets The Good Ones Apart?

If you and your spouse are ending your relationship, it’s strongly recommended that you consider having a separation agreement in place. Separation agreements are written legal contracts that solidify mutual understandings of the […]

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Dealing With In-Laws Post Separation Family Law Toronto

Dealing With In-Laws Post Separation

The mere mention of in-laws may conjure up all sorts of horror stories, but the truth is many parents enjoy a close and loving relationship with their in-laws. A separation or divorce can […]

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SMART Financial Goal Setting Family Law Toronto

SMART Financial Goal-Setting

Last month, we discussed the importance of revisiting your monthly budget after having a significant change in your monthly income or your monthly expenses. We also introduced you to a concept called SMART […]

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Whats Up With WhatsApp Family Law Toronto

What’s Up With WhatsApp?

WhatsApp has become a universally popular app, partially because it allows users to send messages, share photos and make calls for free. Many also feel confident about the level of security that WhatsApp […]

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Advice To Newly Separated Parents Family Law Toronto

Advice To Newly Separated Parents

Separating almost always comes at the end of a series of conflicts. To add, the separation is often brought about on the desire of only one parent. Given children, the biggest concerns for […]

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