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How To Divorce-Ready Your Business

“What measures should I take to divorce-proof my business?” I get this question fairly regularly from business owners. But, I think the more appropriate question is “how can I divorce-ready my business?” Similar […]

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Does My Child Need Counselling to Help With My Divorce?

More often than not, the better that parents can manage themselves during the divorce process, the better the child will be able to handle the divorce, and adjust to their new living situations. […]

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Three Good Examples Of Why You Should Change Your Passwords After A Separation

It’s good to ask “why,” especially when you find yourself in unfamiliar situations. But the information you receive will only be useful if you apply it. Sometimes I make suggestions for a client to […]

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A Child’s Imaginary Wish List To Their Divorcing Parents

Children can have a multitude of feelings with regard to their divorcing parents’ relationship, and the divorce itself. Just because a child doesn’t share or may even deny having any views or feelings, […]

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How long should we live together, to be common law in Ontario?

Common-law relationships are those that don’t involve any sort of formal marriage ceremony. They are established once you and your partner having been living together (or cohabiting) for a length of time. If […]

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Assets That Are “Safe” From Divorce

There are very few savings, assets or investments that are not subject to division during a divorce, but they do exist. How proactive you are in addressing some of these items today will […]

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When Snowbirds Become Freebirds – International Grey Divorce

In Canada, there is a large aging section of the population that is affectionately known as snowbirds. These people live in Canada for approximately six months of the year, and travel or live […]

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What’s Mine Is Not Yours: Unequal Division Of Family Property

In Ontario, the Family Law Act (FLA) sets up a family property regime that is premised on a basic principle:  Two married people are generally entitled to an equal share of the total […]

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