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Tips For Communicating During A Divorce Family Law Toronto

Tips For Communicating During A Divorce

Problems communicating rank high for maters contributing to divorce in the first place. Now that you are divorcing, those problems haven’t gone away, and you likely have much to talk about. You are […]

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Does It Make Sense To Buy Or Rent A Home After Divorce Family Law Toronto

Does It Make Sense To Buy, Or Rent A Home After Divorce?

Prior to your separation, you may have owned your own home, or like many families, you may have taken out a mortgage on your home. After a divorce, many have a desire to […]

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Our Nominations For The 2018 Canadian Law Blog Awards

You Should Read This: Our Nominations For The 2018 Canadian Law Blog Awards

We love to keep readers informed about family law in Ontario. But, we love reading blogs and learning new things from other lawyers as well, and we wanted to share three outstanding law […]

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Should I Stay Separated Or Get Divorced Family Law Toronto

Should I Stay Separated Or Get Divorced

If you are in a marriage that isn’t working out, the decision to separate is a major one. But once a separation been set in motion, taking the next step towards a formal […]

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Post Separation Parenting Terms Family Law Toronto

Post-Separation Parenting Terms

Okay, so you are separating. Now, how are you going to take care of the kids between you as separated parents? There are multiple terms and concepts which, depending on whether or not […]

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Hidden Treasures Unexpected Asset Search Discoveries Family Law Toronto

Hidden Treasures: Unexpected Asset Search Discoveries

Every asset search investigation is unique in the way that it is conducted, the rules of the jurisdiction in which the search takes place, and in the results yielded. While the majority of […]

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Cannabis and Parenting Family Law Toronto

Cannabis and Parenting

Even though cannabis use has been legalized in Canada, it still remains controversial and creates concern for some separated parents. Issues for some parents include: 1. A permissive or open attitude towards drug […]

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Permanent or Term Life Insurance Family Law Toronto

Permanent or Term Life Insurance?

Last month, I discussed the importance of life insurance after a divorce. This month I will discuss the two major types of life insurance: term and permanent. At first glance, term may seem […]

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