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SMART Financial Goal Setting Family Law Toronto

SMART Financial Goal-Setting

Last month, we discussed the importance of revisiting your monthly budget after having a significant change in your monthly income or your monthly expenses. We also introduced you to a concept called SMART […]

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What’s Up With WhatsApp?

WhatsApp has become a universally popular app, partially because it allows users to send messages, share photos and make calls for free. Many also feel confident about the level of security that WhatsApp […]

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Advice To Newly Separated Parents Family Law Toronto

Advice To Newly Separated Parents

Separating almost always comes at the end of a series of conflicts. To add, the separation is often brought about on the desire of only one parent. Given children, the biggest concerns for […]

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How Often Should You Revise A Personal Budget Family Law Toronto

How Often Should You Revise A Personal Budget?

Before I go any further, I want to emphasize the importance of having a personal budget. A budget is the cornerstone for personal financial success. Your personal budget is the starting point towards […]

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Smartphones – Best Practices

Smartphones have become the most commonly used tool around the world. Although their uses are virtually unlimited, and their capabilities grow exponentially every year, nobody really tells you how to use your phone wisely. […]

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How To De-Escalate Conflict Post Separation Family Law Toronto

How To De-Escalate Conflict Post-Separation

When people think of conflict, they usually think it is the other person who needs to make a change. In other words, the other is most often seen as the cause of conflict […]

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How To Have A Good Divorce Family Law Toronto

How To Have An Amicable Divorce

The “good divorce” does exist. In fact, we’re seeing a rise in amicable divorces. Married couples don’t want the drama often associated with divorce. They don’t want to spend years in court. And […]

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Parenting Coordination – What Is It?

For whatever reason, some separated parents find themselves in frequent conflict and unable to resolve their differences. Their inability to resolve conflict may have them going back to court time and time again. […]

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RESPs and Divorce Family Law Toronto

RESPs and Divorce

A Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) is a common vehicle used by many parents to save for their kids’ post-secondary education. Governments provide an additional incentive by matching up to 20% of a […]

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