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We Don't Have A Holiday Parenting Schedule What Should We Do Family Law Toronto

We Don’t Have A Holiday Parenting Schedule. What Should We Do?

Have you and your ex overlooked a holiday parenting schedule? It’s okay if you have, it happens more often than you think. But, you need to move quickly on this issue and leave […]

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LGBTQ And Parenting Family Law Toronto

LGBTQ And Parenting

Although this can be a divisive topic, the bottom line when it comes to the kids is, there is no difference. This is not to say kids of LGBTQ parents may not face […]

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Tips For Happier Holidays After Divorce Family Law Toronto

Tips For Happier Holidays After Divorce

The winter holidays are supposed to be happy, merry and bright. But this joyous time of year can be incredibly stressful. Interacting with extended family, entertaining, travelling, purchasing food and gifts, carving out […]

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You Should Read This: Our Nominations For The 2019 Canadian Law Blog Awards

Can the law be dry, tedious, and technical? Of course. But it doesn’t have to be. The creative minds behind these three law blogs have found a way to highlight the importance of […]

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What Should You Do Now To Prepare For A Divorce Family Law Toronto

What Should You Do To Prepare For A Divorce? Seven Steps To Take Now

After many years of being together, you find out your partner has been unfaithful. You had suspected this before but now you have proof. Reflecting on the marriage, you realize you have been […]

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The Powers And Limitations Of The Family Responsibility Office

The Family Responsibility Office (FRO) is an enforcement body that collects, distributes and enforces court-ordered child and spousal support payments. It helps families in Ontario get the support payments they are entitled to. […]

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How To Start A Divorce In Ontario Family Law Toronto

How To Start A Divorce In Ontario

Under Canadian law, getting a divorce is a formal legal process: It involves following specified procedures, filling out certain forms, and taking specific legal steps. Only once these are all completed can you […]

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Dealing With Evil In-Laws Family Law Toronto

Dealing With Evil In-Laws

Not all in-laws are created equally. Some are intrusive, and cross boundaries far too often. Some may seek to undermine relationships, while others want to control one’s choices. Of course not all in-laws […]

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