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My Partner Isn’t Great With Money Should We Combine Assets Family Law Toronto

My Partner Isn’t Great With Money. Should We Combine Assets?

Before I embarked upon my first marriage, we rented a house. My access to credit was fairly limited so, I didn’t have any real debt. I’d just bought into my first business, but […]

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What Is Emotional Abuse Family Law Toronto

What Is Emotional Abuse?

Abuse of any kind is about hurting someone for one’s own gain. Abuse comes in may forms. Often people don’t recognize abuse for what it is. For some, the abuse is so regular, […]

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How An Adult Child Can Help A Parent Who Is Going Through Divorce

Finding out that your parents are getting divorced is always going to hurt, no matter how old you are. Grey divorce is on the rise, and as a result, an increasing number of […]

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Are We Common-Law Partners?

Marriage doesn’t hold the same significance that it used to. In fact, last year more than half of Canadians surveyed in an Angus Reid Institute poll said that getting married was “not that […]

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8 Things I Wish I Knew About Starting A Business After Divorce Family Law Toronto

8 Things I Wish I Knew About Starting A Business After Divorce

There are a number of reasons for wanting to start your own business after a divorce. It’s a bold, and often rewarding decision, but starting something so significant after ending a marriage can […]

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Is This Website Safe?

Do you know what a safe website looks like? Many of us think we do – but most of us could use a refresher. A recent survey from Google and Harris Poll shows […]

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Should My Ex's New Spouse Stay With My Child Family Law Toronto

Should My Ex’s New Spouse Stay With My Child?

By the time your former partner is married, there is a good likelihood that the new spouse has been in their life – and that of the child’s – for some time. They […]

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Special Types Of Custody Arrangements Family Law Toronto

The Different Types Of Child Custody: Special Arrangements

We recently discussed some of the basic concepts relating to child custody, including sole custody, joint custody, and shared custody, in this article. We will continue that conversation here, and examine some of […]

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4 Tips To Make Co-Parenting Work Family Law Toronto

4 Tips To Make Co-Parenting Work

You separated because you couldn’t communicate, get along, or worse. However, with kids involved, both guardians usually have to engage in co-parenting. Regardless of the amount of time the kids spend between you, […]

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