Knowledge Base: Articles

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Divorced and Broke: Money and Children

It’s common that when going through a divorce, money is tight. When children are involved, there is the added concern of wanting to keep their lives as normal as possible. Normal translates to […]

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Marriage Contracts

In Ontario a marriage contract is commonly referred to as a “prenuptial agreement” (or “prenup”). It can be prepared either for two people who are married to one another or intend to marry one another.  Before entering into a marriage contract, […]

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COVID-19 Vaccine: Who Decides?

For separated and divorced parents, the COVID-19 pandemic has greatly heightened the existing day-to-day challenges around raising children.  New concerns have arisen around keeping children socially distanced while still maintaining established custody and […]

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Child Support in Ontario

Child support is the right of the child.  Child support is the legal responsibility of parents or guardians to provide financial support. Consequently, this is to the extent that the parent is capable […]

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Co-Parents And School: Who Pays For What?

The new school year is fast approaching, and there may be a lot of “firsts” for some divorced parents to figure out. This is especially true if the child is just beginning their […]

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Finding a Missing Person

As an international investigator, people reach out to me for a variety of reasons. More often than not that means trying to find someone that has become estranged or is missing somewhere in […]

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Gifting Assets to Adult Children After Divorce

It’s true what they say, there are two things you can’t avoid in life: death and taxes. Not exactly fond of the idea of handing over more than your fair share of taxes […]

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Educators and Children of Divorce

Education workers may be the most significant eyes on kids, outside of their parents. Their “eyes on kids” begins when the kids either get on the school bus or enter the school. For […]

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Choosing a School for a Child

Parents have many difficult decisions to make in the course of bringing up a child. When those parents are separated, divorcing, or divorced, the decision can become even more difficult.  For one thing, […]

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