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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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Parenting Plans in High Conflict Situations

Conflict between separated parents can be divided in to three levels: low, medium and high. Separated parents whose conflict is regarded as low can most often resolve their differences between themselves, or perhaps […]

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Communication and Co-Parenting

Parents often separate due to poor communication. However, co-parenting often creates conditions where more communication is necessary. So, the issue isn’t if you will communicate with your ex, but how you will communicate. We […]

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