Knowledge Base: Parenting

Does Adultery Affect Children Family Law Toronto

Does Adultery Affect Children?

Most kids have some sort of moral compass. Furthermore, depending on age, kids will have a different understanding of what adultery means. Further still, kids realize they are a product of both parents, […]

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Platonic Parenting Family Law Toronto

Platonic Parenting – Could It Be Right For You?

What is “Platonic Parenting”? The concept of “platonic parenting” is a simple, yet novel, one:  It involves two people, who are not in a romantic relationship, committing to serve as the co-parents of […]

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What Is Children's Aid Mediation Family Law Toronto

What Is Children’s Aid Mediation?

A few years back, the government recognized that when parents get involved with child protection agencies, it can lead to conflict between the parents and the agency as to how best to meet […]

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Do I Have A Right To Know Where My Child Is Family Law Toronto

Do I Have A Right To Know Where My Child Is?

Co-parenting is no walk in the park. It requires you to engage in regular communication with someone who you may not want to speak with anymore. Even co-parents who do get along well […]

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Should My Ex's New Spouse Stay With My Child Family Law Toronto

Should My Ex’s New Spouse Stay With My Child?

By the time your former partner is married, there is a good likelihood that the new spouse has been in their life – and that of the child’s – for some time. They […]

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4 Tips To Make Co-Parenting Work Family Law Toronto

4 Tips To Make Co-Parenting Work

You separated because you couldn’t communicate, get along, or worse. However, with kids involved, both guardians usually have to engage in co-parenting. Regardless of the amount of time the kids spend between you, […]

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