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The Worst Financial Advice I’ve Heard

I’ve come across a lot of excellent financial information over the years. Some of it came from books, some came from the web, and a lot of it came from talking to other […]

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Protecting Yourself From GPS Surveillance Family Law Toronto

What Should I Know About GPS Surveillance

We’ve all seen an action movie where someone very quickly drops a tracking device on a vehicle and from then on, they know every move the other person makes. While this is great for […]

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Blended Families Making It Work Family Law Toronto

Blended Families – Making It Work

Blended families are a complex subject because so much depends on: the persons involved; the circumstances of their separation; the feelings towards one’s new partner; when the new relationship began (before or shortly […]

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How Long Do Separation Agreements Last Family Law Toronto

How Long Do Separation Agreements Last?

If you and your ex are newly-separated, there are some preliminary issues that will need to be promptly addressed. The best way to manage these issues is to create a written separation agreement […]

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What Newly Divorced Business Owners Should Consider This Tax Season Family Law Toronto

What Newly Divorced Business Owners Should Consider This Tax Season

Business owners may find some additional benefits this tax season, depending on whether they are the owner of a sole proprietorship, or an incorporated business.  Sole Proprietor Unfortunately, there are far fewer advantages […]

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Co-Parenting With A Bully

Co-parenting with a bully will have many features in common as co-parenting with a narcissistic personality. However, not all narcissists are bullies and not all bullies are narcissists. To differentiate, the overt bully […]

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Are There Consequences For Refusing To Mediate Family Law Toronto

Are There Consequences For Refusing To Mediate?

For those of you who are recently separated, you may be wondering about mediation, and whether it’s a mandatory part of the legal process leading up divorce. In Ontario, the answer is “no” […]

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How To Files Taxes If You Are Newly Divorced Family Law Toronto

How To File Taxes If You Are Newly Divorced

The deadline for filing personal taxes may seem far away (it’s April 30 this year), but it doesn’t hurt to start preparing now. This is especially true if you’ve just ended a relationship. […]

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Long Distance Parenting Between Separated Parents Family Law Toronto

Long Distance Parenting Between Separated Parents

Let’s begin by acknowledging that both parents have an obligation to ensure the child’s relationship with each other. This may not always play out well between separated parents, but the obligation remains. Making […]

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