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A Guide to Deciding Who Will Move Out When You Separate

Divorce is a part of life in the 21st century.  In fact, 1 in 5 Canadians reported that their parents are divorced or separated.  Divorce is so common in today’s world that a fair and common-sense approach to the divorce process that includes providing for support, creating a parenting plan, as well as the division …

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High Net-Worth Separation and Divorce

Divorce is notorious for being one of the most difficult times in a person’s life.  The process is emotionally taxing and rarely simple.  Unfortunately, the division of assets process can be more complicated when a wealthy couple chooses to divorce. High net-worth individuals should seek the counsel of a family law lawyer who is experienced …

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Temporary Parenting (Formerly Custody) Orders: How Long do They Last in Divorce?

Divorce is often a distressing and emotionally taxing experience.  Unfortunately, when children are involved, divorcing parties cannot simply walk away from one another and never look back.  Separating from a co-parent means that you can never truly be disconnected from your former spouse, and you must find a way to move forward with the best …

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New Tort of Family Violence

Family violence has not historically been recognized as a civil tort, but recently in the matter of Ahluwalia v. Ahluwalia, 2022 ONSC 1303 [Ahluwalia], Justice Mandhane of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice awarded damages in the amount of $150,000 to Ms. Ahluwalia (the “Wife”) to be paid by Mr. Ahluwalia (the “Husband”). In the …

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Understanding Parental Rights During a Divorce

  If you are a parent and find yourself going through a divorce, we understand that the most challenging thing you’re facing is learning to co-parent your children under your new circumstances.  The complicated and sensitive process of dividing assets and agreeing upon spousal support when settling a divorce can be time-consuming and tumultuous but …

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Preventing Parental Alienation

  Children of divorced or divorcing parties may be exposed to some form of Parental Alienation. One parent (or sometimes a third party in a child’s life) may attempt to undermine an in-tact parent-child relationship and turn a child against the other parent.  The practice is often seen when there are disputes between parents about …

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The Difference Between Prenuptial Agreement, Marriage Contract and Cohabitation Agreement

  Whether you’re getting married or planning on moving in with your partner, having a contract in place can save you stress and hardship in the future should your relationship end. Planning for divorce or separation isn’t romantic, but it is important for your future emotional and financial wellbeing. There are several different types of …

Read More

Divorcing From a Narcissist

Divorcing From a Narcissist: What You Need to Know The process of a divorce is never easy. Not on you, not on your spouse, and of course, not on your children. This is true even with the simplest of situations, such as an uncontested divorce where the former spouses remain on the same page throughout …

Read More

A Guide to Deciding Who Will Move Out When You Separate

Divorce is a part of life in the 21st century.  In fact, 1 in 5 Canadians reported that their parents are divorced or separated.  Divorce is so common in today’s world that a fair and common-sense approach to the divorce process that includes providing for support, creating a parenting plan, as well as the division …

Read More

High Net-Worth Separation and Divorce

Divorce is notorious for being one of the most difficult times in a person’s life.  The process is emotionally taxing and rarely simple.  Unfortunately, the division of assets process can be more complicated when a wealthy couple chooses to divorce. High net-worth individuals should seek the counsel of a family law lawyer who is experienced …

Read More

Temporary Parenting (Formerly Custody) Orders: How Long do They Last in Divorce?

Divorce is often a distressing and emotionally taxing experience.  Unfortunately, when children are involved, divorcing parties cannot simply walk away from one another and never look back.  Separating from a co-parent means that you can never truly be disconnected from your former spouse, and you must find a way to move forward with the best …

Read More

New Tort of Family Violence

Family violence has not historically been recognized as a civil tort, but recently in the matter of Ahluwalia v. Ahluwalia, 2022 ONSC 1303 [Ahluwalia], Justice Mandhane of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice awarded damages in the amount of $150,000 to Ms. Ahluwalia (the “Wife”) to be paid by Mr. Ahluwalia (the “Husband”). In the …

Read More

Understanding Parental Rights During a Divorce

  If you are a parent and find yourself going through a divorce, we understand that the most challenging thing you’re facing is learning to co-parent your children under your new circumstances.  The complicated and sensitive process of dividing assets and agreeing upon spousal support when settling a divorce can be time-consuming and tumultuous but …

Read More

Preventing Parental Alienation

  Children of divorced or divorcing parties may be exposed to some form of Parental Alienation. One parent (or sometimes a third party in a child’s life) may attempt to undermine an in-tact parent-child relationship and turn a child against the other parent.  The practice is often seen when there are disputes between parents about …

Read More

The Difference Between Prenuptial Agreement, Marriage Contract and Cohabitation Agreement

  Whether you’re getting married or planning on moving in with your partner, having a contract in place can save you stress and hardship in the future should your relationship end. Planning for divorce or separation isn’t romantic, but it is important for your future emotional and financial wellbeing. There are several different types of …

Read More

Divorcing From a Narcissist

Divorcing From a Narcissist: What You Need to Know The process of a divorce is never easy. Not on you, not on your spouse, and of course, not on your children. This is true even with the simplest of situations, such as an uncontested divorce where the former spouses remain on the same page throughout …

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