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  • 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 »

  • Foreign Divorce Opinion Letter and What It Does

    If you divorce or separate, you’ll have to make many important decisions, including how you’ll manage your finances and where you’ll live. If you have children, you focus on their needs. Learn about your duties and rights. Other family laws are federal, while others are territorial or provincial. Yo … Read more »

  • Divorce During COVID-19

    Divorce may sound straightforward, but it’s not easy for a couple to decide to end their marriage. Both parties often spend a lot of time addressing problems before deciding to file a divorce, but sometimes they can’t fix those and decide that a divorce is the best. If this happens to your family, i … Read more »

  • Impact of Divorce on Family Business

    Divorce and business ownership are probably two of the things that are farthest from the minds of couples who recently got married. However, if you and your spouse are running a business together, you need to learn how to protect your business from divorce. This is a practical move that will prevent … Read more »

  • Cancelling Child Support

    If you want to learn how to cancel child support, you should first understand what it is and what it covers in Toronto, Ontario. Child support is money paid by one parent to another as assistance for child care, which includes food, clothing, schooling, transportation, housing, and other basic needs … Read more »