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Becoming a Parent without Becoming a Partner: Co-Parents and the Law

An interesting article in the Toronto Star chronicled the efforts of a London, Ontario man to become a father of a child without the romantic entanglement of having to marry or even date […]

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“What Happens in Vegas, Stays on Facebook” – The Repercussions of Kids’ Bad Behaviour

In recent weeks we have written about the challenges that parents face over the use – and over-use – of cellphones and the internet by their kids.  A piece in the Toronto Sun […]

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"Grey Divorces" in Canada: Some Practical Aspects

You may have heard the term “grey divorce”, referring to a divorce between couples, usually from the Baby Boomer generation, who have been married a significant number of years – sometimes 30, 40, […]

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More About Snooping on Spouses

We wrote recently about snooping on spouses (or soon-to-be former spouses), and how – needless to say – there are legal and ethical considerations surrounding that behaviour. Still, human nature makes the temptation […]

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The Real Consequences of Actions in a Virtual World

The widespread use of the internet by increasingly-younger children is fraught with all kinds of inherent and related issues. As we have written recently, this can include the time kids spend online; but […]

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Snooping on Spouses — How Far Can It Go?

It goes without saying that technology advances have made it easy for all of us to obtain information – especially information about other people.   As it can apply to the divorce context, *we* […]

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Kids and the Digital Age: How Do Divorced Parents Deal with Differing Rules?

A recent story carried by the Toronto Star and other news outlets chronicled the challenges faced by a mom who was finding it hard to parent in the age of iEverything. Her lament […]

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Hockey Parents: Do Kids’ Schedules Have to be Accommodated?

Kids these days are busy: – in addition to their school obligations, many of them also have after-school programs and sports as well.  Parents know how difficult it can be to juggle a […]

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What Do You, and Celebrities, Have in Common?

A recent news article chronicled the fact that two Canadian music celebrities – namely Neil Young and Avril Lavigne – had both ended their marriages in the past month. In the case of […]

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