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Will Laws About Pets And Divorce Ever Change In Ontario?

Most pet parents treat their dogs or cats as much more than merely four-legged animal companions. According to a Canadian IPSOS-Reid study,[1] about 83 per cent of pet owners consider their pet to […]

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How Do I Find A Good Privacy App?

A few years ago, privacy applications were few and far between; however, in the present day, there are countless apps available for download. This has led to some confusion about which apps really […]

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Introducing Children To New Relationships

It is important to appreciate that just because a parent has adjusted to their separation and has a new love interest, it doesn’t mean that the child has adjusted and is ready for […]

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Why You Should Check Your Credit Score Post-Divorce

It’s hard to watch television or go online without seeing advertisements that invite you to check your credit score. The ads talk about the importance of having a good credit score, but don’t […]

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Relocating Children Post-Separation

There are so many reasons children may be relocated. Common amongst them are these three: 1. One or both parents move to a more affordable home in a different area; 2. A parent […]

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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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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

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?

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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