Knowledge Base: Parenting

Parenting Teenagers During A Separation

While we speak of teens as if they are one big group, in fact, there are remarkable differences across their age group. The younger teen is often just looking to fit in with […]

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Dealing With Separation Anxiety In Children Family Law Toronto

Dealing With Separation Anxiety In Children

Many people diagnose separation anxiety on the basis of observable behaviour – a child expresses fear about going to or leaving behind a parent. However, observable behaviour tells very little about what may […]

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Supervised Access The What And Why Family Law Toronto

Supervised Access – The What And Why

Concerns sometimes arise about a parent’s ability to provide care for or maintain safety of a child. However, there may be a desire or even requirement that parent/child contact continue. Supervised access provides […]

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Reunification Counselling Family Law Toronto

Reunification Counselling – What Is It?

Whether pre-separation or post-separation, there may be challenges to the relationship between a parent and child. While co-residing, contact is continued as a matter of course being in the same home together. However, […]

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Why Court May Not Be The Best Option For Parenting Disputes Family Law Toronto

Why Court May Not Be The Best Option For Parenting Disputes

Parents don’t separate because they get along. No, they separate because they don’t get along. In not getting along it is common for at least one parent to experience some degree or anger […]

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Dealing With In-Laws Post Separation Family Law Toronto

Dealing With In-Laws Post Separation

The mere mention of in-laws may conjure up all sorts of horror stories, but the truth is many parents enjoy a close and loving relationship with their in-laws. A separation or divorce can […]

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