Knowledge Base: Articles

You’re looking for information, and we have plenty to share. We’ve gathered a lot of free resources on separation and divorce, and to help you navigate it all we’ve grouped them around key topics so you can zone-in on what you want to know more about.

Child Custody When is it Okay to Move with a Child

Custody Conundrum: When is it Okay to Move with a Child?

If you are separated or divorced parent with primary custody of a child, then you have the legal right to make many important decisions that affect the child’s life, with limited input from […]

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Facebook Evidence in Court

Can You Use Facebook Evidence in Court?

In our modern society, it’s rare to find anyone who hasn’t used Facebook – or who hasn’t heard about it at least.   Indeed, social networking websites such as Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest are […]

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What is a Retainer Agreement

What is a Retainer Agreement?

When you hire Shulman Law Firm to assist and represent you in your Family Law matter, you are asked to sign a Retainer Agreement, which is essentially a written contract that sets out […]

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The Divorce Process – Final Stage: The Trial

In the course of this series of articles, I have outlined all of the various steps and stages that lead up to the final point in the litigation process:  The trial. If you […]

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The Divorce Process, Stage Ten: The Settlement Conference

In Ontario, the rules and procedures that relate to divorce and other family law disputes dictate that once the Discovery process has completed, you and your soon-to-be-Ex must participate in a Settlement Conference.    […]

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The Divorce Process, Stage Nine: Productions and Discovery

In a previous article I discussed the legal obligation that both you and your soon-to-be-Ex have in terms of providing Financial Disclosure to the other.   The next stage of the divorce process involves […]

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The Divorce Process, Stage Eight: Motions

So far in this series of articles, all of the various stages of divorce that I have outlined have been necessary parts of the process.  The next stage is technically optional and depends […]

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The Divorce Process, Stage Seven: The Case Conference

Once you have filed all your pleadings  and have participated in the Mandatory Information Program,  the next stage in the divorce process involves formally organizing and reviewing the case before a judge.   Here are […]

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