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  • Holiday Travel: I’m going out of the country with my child during the holidays. Is there anything I need to do?December 14, 2017

    Parents who travel with their minor child without the other parent should have a travel consent form signed by the other parent or a court order signed that confirms you have the right to leave the country without the consent of the other parent. Make sure any requests for authorization to travel is … Read more »

  • Handling the holidays as a separated or divorced parentDecember 6, 2017

    A significant challenge for most separated or divorced parents is determining a parenting schedule that works for everyone during the holidays.  It is a unique issue for each family as every family has their own respective values and traditions during the holidays.  The holiday parenting schedule is … Read more »

  • Tinder Surprises – Support Obligations and Parenting RightsNovember 22, 2017

    I recently received some articles about how casual dating apps, like Tinder, have apparently led to a boom in unplanned pregnancies, often where the people dating are not yet in a serious relationship. So, legally speaking, what happens if a casual relationship leads to pregnancy? Child Support Chil … Read more »

  • Do Children get a Voice in Family Proceedings?October 31, 2017

    In making an agreement or order for care and time of children the parties and the court must consider the best interests of the child only. Under the Family Law Act, Division 1, Section 37(2), there is a specific list of factors to consider in determining the best interests of children. At subsectio … Read more »

  • Dealing with Debt after SeparationOctober 10, 2017

    When is Filing a Consumer Proposal the Best Option for Dealing with Debt? Guest Post – Gareth Slocombe, CIRP, CPA-CA, Trustee Separating spouses may experience debt problems due to numerous reasons: Long term stress in a relationship; Difficult family situation before and after a separation; and/or … Read more »