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Posted January 26, 2023

You have made the decision to separate from your partner. Now what? You have a house, a pension, maybe you have children, debts, and an[...]
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Posted December 7, 2022

Grandparents often play a special role in the lives of children and sometimes even step in to support their grandchildren during tumultuous times like separation[...]
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Posted November 29, 2022

When a Court is charged with structuring a parenting arrangement leading up to trial, the bench is often faced with conflicting and untested evidence about[...]
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Posted October 18, 2022

Most parents believe that they consistently act with the best interests of their children in mind, and almost all parents want the best for their[...]
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Posted October 6, 2022

In March 2021, the government ushered in the first significant changes to the Divorce Act, RSC 1985, c 3 (2nd Supp) in over 35 years.[...]
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Posted May 25, 2022

Cohabitation agreements and marriage contracts (or “prenups”) are common contracts for couples to enter into prior to moving in together or getting married. Reasons for[...]
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Posted April 25, 2022

Family law litigation can be a particularly complicated and expensive legal endeavor exacerbated by the emotional difficulties of a fractured relationship. These matters become even[...]
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Posted April 5, 2022

Occupation rent arises when the person who remains in the home is required to pay rent to the person who left the home to compensate the[...]
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Posted February 23, 2022

Parents often ask at what age can a child decide where they are going to live or how often they see the other parent. Contrary[...]

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