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What If I Disagree With The Family Court Decision Family Law Toronto

What If I Disagree With The Family Court Decision?

During the course of your family court case, there may be many points at which a judge issues a ruling that you may not like. For example: Your ex got awarded sole custody […]

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Its Time To Update The Laws For Common Law Couples In Ontario Family Law Toronto

It’s Time To Update The Laws For Common-Law Couples In Ontario

Common-law relationships are on the rise in Canada. This isn’t exactly breaking news. In fact, the number of common-law couples rose 13.9 per cent between 2006 and 2011, more than four times the […]

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Estate Planning For Blended Families In Ontario Family Law Toronto

Estate Planning For Blended Families In Ontario

Relationships are challenging at the best of times. So, bringing two entire families together under one roof can create additional challenges.   The fluid dynamic between the kids still moving between both parents’ homes, […]

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Is It Ever Okay To Go Through Your Partners Phone Family Law Toronto

Is It Ever Okay To Go Through Your Partner’s Phone?

Most of us rely on our phones for communicating, directions, banking, shopping; the list goes on. As such, we wouldn’t all be comfortable handing our unlocked device to our significant other. Rightfully so. […]

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Common Law Is Not The Same As Marriage In Ontario Family Law Toronto

Common-Law Is Not The Same As Marriage In Ontario: Here’s Why That Matters

A long-term romantic partnership can take several forms. If you are in one, and it’s working well, then the differences between the various types may seem irrelevant. But if that relationship ends, the […]

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Can You Really Put That In A Prenup Family Law Toronto

Can You Really Put That In A Pre-Nup?

It seems more couples are warming up to the idea of having a pre-nuptial agreement, also known as a marriage contract in Canada, before they say “I do.” That’s a good thing. Pre-nuptial […]

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What To Do If You Are In A Relationship With A Spender Or A Saver Family Law Toronto

What To Do If You Are In A Relationship With A Spender – Or A Saver

Finances can cause stress, but things often become more complicated when one person’s outlook on money is the exact opposite of the other partner’s outlook.  Don’t fret, the relationship is not doomed. In […]

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Platonic Parenting Family Law Toronto

Platonic Parenting – Could It Be Right For You?

What is “Platonic Parenting”? The concept of “platonic parenting” is a simple, yet novel, one:  It involves two people, who are not in a romantic relationship, committing to serve as the co-parents of […]

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