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Separated or Divorced with Kids? Some Tips on Making the Holidays Extra Merry This Year

An article on the GoodMenProject website titled “The Divorced Parents’ Guide to a Drama-Free Christmas”, is one of many that provide good and compassionate advice on how survive what it calls “Divorce-mas”, meaning […]

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What is “Adultery”, Anyway?

Last week, in the context of the ongoing Bill Cosby scandal, I wrote about the available grounds for divorce in Canada, which include separation for a year, physical or mental cruelty – and […]

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In Canada, Could Camille Cosby Divorce Bill?

It’s hard to avoid the media coverage on the scandal surrounding Bill Cosby, and the allegations of sexual impropriety by numerous women who are coming forward to claim that he drugged and raped […]

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Divorced and Travelling During the Holidays? Be Aware of New Canadian Passport Requirements

With the holiday season right around the corner, many people are starting to think about planning for their travel to visit loved ones.  For those whose travel plans need them to take valid […]

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Massive Divorce Awards and Settlements – Are They Ever Really Justified?

Recently in Time magazine I noticed an article detailing a British divorce judgment ordering investor Chris Hohn to pay his estranged American-born wife Jamie Cooper-Hohn about $530 million – which is apparently a […]

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Want to Keep Your Ex Away from Your Inheritance? It’s Simple.

In a recent article in The Wall Street Journal titled “How to Keep Your Inheritance in a Divorce”, the author outlines a few tips on how an inheritance received by one spouse before […]

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Divorcing? Here are Some Ways to Keep the House

Most Canadian couples who marry and move into together will need a mortgage for their matrimonial home, placed with a bank or private lender.  But when the relationship falters my clients often ask […]

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When Do Kids Get to Make Their Own Decisions?

Recent coverage in the Toronto-area news has focused on a case involving an 11-year old Six Nations girl who has leukemia, and whose parents want to forgo chemotherapy in favour of traditional Aboriginal […]

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