Knowledge Base: Parenting

Co-Parenting With A Bully Family Law Toronto

Co-Parenting With A Bully

Co-parenting with a bully will have many features in common as co-parenting with a narcissistic personality. However, not all narcissists are bullies and not all bullies are narcissists. To differentiate, the overt bully […]

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Long Distance Parenting Between Separated Parents Family Law Toronto

Long Distance Parenting Between Separated Parents

Let’s begin by acknowledging that both parents have an obligation to ensure the child’s relationship with each other. This may not always play out well between separated parents, but the obligation remains. Making […]

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Why Does My Child Not Want To Speak To Me Family Law Toronto

Why Does My Child Not Want To Speak To Me?

Sometimes separated parents are faced with the situation of a child not wanting to talk with a parent. These are frequently challenging and upsetting situations. It is not uncommon for one parent to […]

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Grandparents Custody And Access Family Law Toronto

Grandparents: Custody and Access

There are a number of circumstances where grandparents are involved in custody and access issues. Those circumstances can include when the natural parents are themselves unable to care for the children, or when […]

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The Spectrum Of Parental Alienation Family Law Toronto

The Spectrum Of Parental Alienation

Few topics in the realm of separated parents in conflict create more debate and controversy than the topic of parental alienation and parental alienation syndrome. Parental alienation (PA) is taken to mean the […]

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