How to Make a Prenup Work for You

As you prepare to get married, one of the questions you could face is:    “Will you sign a prenup?” Many people shy away from the idea of a prenuptial agreement. They worry that signing one limits their rights, or … Read More »

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How to Create a Separation Agreement and Save the Headaches

Deciding to end a marriage is never easy. In addition to the emotional impact of separating, you and your spouse face a lot of important decisions about property, finances and the care of your children. Sometimes former spouses think they’ve … Read More »

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What Age Can Children Decide which Parent to Live with in Ontario?

Our legal insights have been featured in the Globe and Mail, as well as Lawyers Weekly. If you still have questions, contact us to request a consultation.   If you and your spouse are separating or going through a divorce, … Read More »

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The Divorce Rate in Canada

Getting a clear picture of the overall divorce rate in Canada has been challenging since Statistics Canada stopped collecting the data on census forms in 2008. By using and compiling separate pieces of information, it is possible to see some … Read More »

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What to do when your spouse wants a divorce…and you don’t

You think your marriage is good. Or maybe your marriage has been going through a bit of a rough patch lately, but you believe you’re still solid as a couple. Then your spouse says those words you never expected: “I … Read More »

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Are Ontario Courts Biased Towards Mothers in Divorce Cases?

Is there a gender bias in Ontario’s divorce courts? Do most outcomes favour the mother? There are a lot of men who certainly feel that way. They feel like they went into divorce court with the intentions to be a … Read More »

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Is This Your First Summer After a Divorce?

If this is your first summer after a divorce, you probably have mixed emotions. You may be sad, clinging to memories of loading up the car and escaping to the cottage or campsite together. Or you may cringe at remembering … Read More »

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Is an E-Filing Divorce System Coming to Ontario?

You may have met your soulmate online. But will there be a day where you can swipe left to send them a divorce? Not quite yet, but there are a lot of people calling for a modernization of the divorce … Read More »

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Are You Worried About the Effects of Divorce on Children? Here’s the Good News

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A divorce can’t possibly be good for your child, can it? The effects of divorce on children are obviously different for every child. However, the good news is that these effects may not be as harmful as you think. This … Read More »

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Discover The Secret to Not Losing Your Mind Before and After a Child Custody Battle

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Child custody doesn’t always go as smoothly as anticipated. It’s just a fact of life. However, it typically ends up being easier when you keep a cool head during a heated child custody battle. Please, consider the following tips. They’re … Read More »

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