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Proving Infidelity: Should I Get Proof?

In Ontario, there are no additional compensation considerations for proving infidelity or “heartbreak”, so does it really matter if your spouse cheated? If you look at this issue from a financial point-of-view, the […]

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What If The Child Does Not Want To Follow The Parenting Agreement?

This is such a loaded question and so much depends on circumstance. It is important for all parents to know that all kids, at some point refuse something. It could be refusing their […]

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TFSA Versus RRSP: Is One Better Than The Other?

Everyone keeps talking about contributing to RRSPs and TFSAs, but not everyone clearly explains what they are or when you should contribute to these accounts. What is an RRSP? A Registered Retirement Savings […]

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Is My Ex Brainwashing My Child?

Common these days is the battle cry of Parental Alienation. However, also common is parents sharing things with their kids that while not appropriate, doesn’t rise to the level of parental alienation. The […]

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Can My Ex Kick Me Out Of The House Family Law Toronto

Can My Ex Kick Me Out Of The House?

If you and your spouse are undergoing severe marital difficulties, there may come a time when it becomes too difficult to live under the same roof together.  A frequent question we get from […]

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Nest Egg – Realistically How Much Should I Have Saved Away?

Okay, we all know we should having something put aside in case of emergencies, but is it really necessary to have a nest egg? Yes, because life is unpredictable. You don’t know if […]

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Does Spousal Support End If My Ex Remarries?

Divorce doesn’t carry the stigma it once did, and second (and even third or fourth) marriages are not all that uncommon today. While many exes are happy to see their former partner begin […]

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Lessons We Can All Learn From Celebrity Divorces Family Law Toronto

Lessons We Can All Learn From Celebrity Divorces

Celebrities are not just like the rest of us, but they are still human. That means they seek love, get married and yes, get divorced. While there are no special rules applied to […]

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