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  • Things to Consider When Writing a Separation Agreement

    Writing a separation agreement is the farthest from your mind during your wedding. But, getting separated is one of the possibilities that couples may face these days.   In Canada, you become separated as soon as you and your spouse decide to live apart.    You do not have to file anything to legali … Read more »

  • Grandparent’s Rights in Canada: An Overview

    The bond between grandparents and grandkids is a special one. Most grandparents enjoy doting on their grandkids, treating them with love and care.  When the relationship is good, grandparents can even enjoy a co-parenting role. They can assist the parents with childcare and help provide emotional an … Read more »

  • Successful Co-Parenting With Your Ex

    In 2020, roughly 2.71 million people filed for a legal divorce in Canada. The number has been steadily rising since 2000, when 1.88 million people filed for divorce in the country. With the increasing number of divorcees in Canada, more and more children are becoming victims of broken homes. Additio … Read more »

  • 5 Costly Mistakes to Avoid During a Divorce

    The process of getting a divorce can be taxing in several ways, starting from the time you first consider making that choice for yourself and your family. Emotionally, this is a life choice that can be quite draining. Another way you could find yourself drained is financially, and today we’re here t … Read more »

  • Where Does Mediation Fit in the Divorce Process?

    After deciding to end your marriage, the real work towards doing so begins.  For some, the immediate step is to obtain legal representation and begin to communicate with your soon-to-be ex-spouse through lawyers. However, prior to your case ending up in court, you will have the opportunity to decide … Read more »