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Pandemic Celebrity Divorces: The Big Splits of 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has taken its toll on everyone, and everything:  The economy, businesses, families, and individuals.  It has required everyone to stay at home, to work from home, to shelter-in-place, to self-isolate […]

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Adjusting to Divorce: Children’s Movies for an Easy Transition

Processing the feelings and concerns related to divorce is much for any adult to handle, so what about kids? They are likely to have friends and relatives with the experience… It is not […]

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New Year, Same Pandemic: What to Expect for Family Law

There can be no debate.  The COVID-19 pandemic has had a deeply negative impact on many aspects of our society.  The economy, business, family interrelationships, and social interrelationships, just to name a few.  But […]

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New Years Refresh: Financial Resolutions for the Newly Divorced

After the turbulence of 2020, many of us are all breathing a collective sigh of relief. Especially for the recently divorced, turning the page to a new year likely cannot come fast enough. […]

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When Happy Holidays Are Not So Happy

The holiday season is upon us and with it comes a lot of merriment, celebration and love; however, these same issues can be a tremendous source of anxiety, stress and even lead to […]

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Post-Divorce Holiday Spending Tips to Keep You in the Black

Beth recently divorced Brad and she is relieved to finally having the ordeal over with. Unfortunately, it has meant her moving into an apartment and having to rebuild her savings. Yet as she […]

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Holiday Survival for Co-Parents: Pandemic and Cop

Oh Pandemic, What Challenges Have You in Store This Holiday Season for Separated Parents and Their Children? Covid-19 fatigue isn’t even the half of it. There are those who may be without work […]

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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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