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Post Separation Parenting Terms Family Law Toronto

Post-Separation Parenting Terms

Okay, so you are separating. Now, how are you going to take care of the kids between you as separated parents? There are multiple terms and concepts which, depending on whether or not […]

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Hidden Treasures Unexpected Asset Search Discoveries Family Law Toronto

Hidden Treasures: Unexpected Asset Search Discoveries

Every asset search investigation is unique in the way that it is conducted, the rules of the jurisdiction in which the search takes place, and in the results yielded. While the majority of […]

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Cannabis and Parenting Family Law Toronto

Cannabis and Parenting

Even though cannabis use has been legalized in Canada, it still remains controversial and creates concern for some separated parents. Issues for some parents include: 1. A permissive or open attitude towards drug […]

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Permanent or Term Life Insurance Family Law Toronto

Permanent or Term Life Insurance?

Last month, I discussed the importance of life insurance after a divorce. This month I will discuss the two major types of life insurance: term and permanent. At first glance, term may seem […]

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OCL Versus Section 30 Assessment Whats The Difference Family Law Toronto

OCL Versus Section 30 Assessment: What’s The Difference?

OCL stands for Office of the Children’s lawyer. The OCL is an official governmental agency that can appoint lawyers and/or clinical investigators to ascertain the views and/or best interests of children, children of […]

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Wealth Building Strategies For Business Owners Following A Divorce Family Law Toronto

Wealth Building Strategies For Business Owners Following A Divorce

There’s no doubt that your personal net worth will change following a divorce, especially if you run a business. The good news is that being a business owner affords you the ability to […]

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Is There Any Privacy On_Social Media Family Law Toronto

Is There Any Privacy On Social Media?

Looking back at my childhood, the world seemed fairly simple. We had rules, and for the most part, they made sense. If your ball went into the neighbour’s yard, you couldn’t (or at […]

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Advantages Of Mediation_For_Settling_Family Matters Family Law Toronto

Advantages Of Mediation For Settling Family Matters

When separated parents in dispute think of settling matters where there are difficulties between themselves, they often think of court as the first place to solve things. However, what most parents don’t realize […]

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Can You Have Support Obligations Towards Your Unborn Child Family Law Toronto

Can I Get Child Support For An Unborn Child?

It’s not a situation that many couples plan for, but sometimes, a child is conceived at the end of a relationship. In this instance, the soon-to-be-parents may question if the father has a […]

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