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Parental Alienation and Parental Alienation Syndrome Family Law Toronto

Parental Alienation and Parental Alienation Syndrome

Back in 1985, psychiatrist Dr. Richard Gardner, noticed the reluctance of some children to see or even have a reasonable relationship with a parent after their guardians separated. Given that it was mostly mothers who […]

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Conflict and Child Development Family Law Toronto

Conflict and Child Development

Conflict in and of itself is not necessarily bad for a child to observe. Differences of opinion, upset and even anger are a normal part of life. However, how one behaves and manages […]

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Creating Effective Parenting Plans Family Law Toronto

Creating Effective Parenting Plans

A parenting plan formalizes the agreement for how parents will manage issues regarding their children. In particular, a parenting plan details how: o Important decisions regarding the children will be made, typically in […]

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When Counselling Is Not Appropriate For Children During A Divorce Family Law Toronto

When Counselling Is Not Appropriate For Children During A Divorce

Counselling is generally thought to be a good solution when children of separating parents are in distress. However, this is not always the case. In order for counselling to be helpful to children […]

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staying together for the children family law toronto

Staying Together For The Sake Of The Children

It certainly is a common sentiment – We’re staying together for the children. The thinking behind this is manifold; o Staying together continues to provide an intact family; o Perhaps when older or […]

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What Happens at the Mandatory Information Program

In the Province of Ontario, parents who commence a court action must attend the Mandatory Information Program (MIP) prior to their first appearance at court. The MIP is a program required through the […]

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