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Divorce: What Are the Grandparent’s Rights?

Parents typically have the final say over what is best for their children. This parental authority includes the decision-making power over with whom their children connect and spend time and where and with whom they live. As a result, a parent has the right to choose whether grandparents should spend time with their children. Because …

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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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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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How to Talk to Your Children About Divorce

Each year, thousands of children are told their parents are going to divorce. Of course, no one goes into a marriage thinking that it will end, and no one willingly has children just to put them through a divorce. That said, sometimes it is unavoidable. While it often comes with devastation and heartbreak, divorce can …

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Contested Divorce

A divorce is always difficult for everyone involved, especially if there are children. The emotional impact of a failed marriage is unavoidable, even when the separation is amicable. However, when there is a conflict between spouses, which is usually the case, the road to divorce becomes much rougher. The usual result is a contested divorce. …

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Divorce: What Are the Grandparent’s Rights?

Parents typically have the final say over what is best for their children. This parental authority includes the decision-making power over with whom their children connect and spend time and where and with whom they live. As a result, a parent has the right to choose whether grandparents should spend time with their children. Because …

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

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

How to Talk to Your Children About Divorce

Each year, thousands of children are told their parents are going to divorce. Of course, no one goes into a marriage thinking that it will end, and no one willingly has children just to put them through a divorce. That said, sometimes it is unavoidable. While it often comes with devastation and heartbreak, divorce can …

Read More

Contested Divorce

A divorce is always difficult for everyone involved, especially if there are children. The emotional impact of a failed marriage is unavoidable, even when the separation is amicable. However, when there is a conflict between spouses, which is usually the case, the road to divorce becomes much rougher. The usual result is a contested divorce. …

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Foreign Divorce Opinion Letter and What It Does

If you or your current partner previously had a divorce from a former marriage and the divorce was done outside Canada, you will be needing a Foreign Divorce Opinion Letter before you can marry each other in Ontario, Canada. Note that this may also apply in case of “annulment of marriage” obtained from a foreign …

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Divorce During COVID-19

Divorce may sound straightforward, but it’s not easy for a couple to decide to end their marriage. Sometimes, privately dealing with the issues in the married couple’s relationship helps in sorting out matters.  Admittedly, this may even aid in fixing the marriage.Unfortunately, most of the time, the problem within the marriage still persists and the …

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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 problems in the …

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How to Protect Your Inheritance from Divorce

Generally speaking, inheritance is a treasured thing by the one receiving it.  We can even say that this is a part or the entire legacy of the person from whom the inheritance came from. Whether or not you value the inheritance that you received, we can agree that the money or property that you inherited …

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