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Custody: When Does the Child Get to Decide Custody

Does my child get to live where he wants? Depending on both the quality of your family relationships and the degree of court or other third-party involvement with your marital separation, the complicated answers to that straightforward question can be “yes” or “not necessarily”. When is the answer “yes, the child gets to decide”? In …

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Helpful Books on Divorce

Helpful Books on Divorce Here is a selection of books many of our clients have found helpful. Life after Divorce: Create a New Beginning By: Sharon Wegscheider-Cruse Rebuilding: When your Relationship Ends By: Bruce Fisher, Robert E. Alberti Getting Up, Getting Over, Getting On: A Twelve Step Guide to Divorce Recovery
 By: Micki McWade The …

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Divorce: The Basics

Divorce in Ontario is the easiest part, from a legal perspective, to the end of a marriage. The issues of property, support or children are corollary to divorce and are ordinarily resolved in advance of the granting of divorce. There is only one ground for divorce. This is marriage breakdown. Marriage breakdown can be shown …

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Divorce: The Details

Under the Federal Statute, the Divorce Act, divorce may be granted in Canada on only one ground: marriage breakdown. Marriage breakdown can be proved by one year of separation, adultery or cruelty. It is more difficult to get a divorce based on adultery or cruelty, as your spouse may oppose it, making the whole process …

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Family Law Expert: Making an informed decision

Listening to your Family Law Expert might be your best move Divorce is often described as a “lose-lose” proposition. Although it can be difficult and emotional, divorce can help you make the best of a bad situation. To do so, you must be aware of the impact of your decisions. Talk to a Family Law …

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Resolving Family Law Disputes: Arbitrators and Lawyers

Making sense of Family Law Disputes when using Arbitrators or Lawyers Arbitration, whether as an adjunct to mediation or on its own, has become an extremely popular method of resolving family law disputes. Senior members of the bar, retired judges and mental health professionals all advertise themselves as family law arbitrators. To date, the training …

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