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What to Expect in Family Court: Tips & Etiquette

Sometimes having an amicable divorce isn’t possible and you will need to go through family court to help settle your differences. Even though this is […]
A guide to separation and divorce in Ontario 90 Commonly Asked Questions Answered by Galbraith Family Law

15 Questions to ask When Hiring A Family Court Lawyer

Jan 4, 2019
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Making the decision to hire a family court lawyer to protect you during divorce and separation is hard enough. But how do you decide who […]

How the Family Law Act Seeks to Strengthen the Family

Dec 27, 2018
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Family law in Ontario works hard to support families, even during and after a divorce. Though it may seem unhelpful to spouses who are in […]
Parenting Plan Checklist for Custody Agreements

Your Custody Agreement Should Answer These Important Questions

Your custody agreement outlines how you wish to co-parent your child with your ex. Fully understanding your own priorities with respect to the care of […]

How to Negotiate a Child Custody Agreement With Your Ex

Negotiating a custody arrangement during a divorce is difficult at the best of times – and if you and your spouse don’t fully agree on […]

Child Support Calculator: How Much Will You Pay?

As soon as your friends and family find out that you’re getting a divorce, the horror stories about child support will start coming out. Their […]
Best Interests of the Child Checklist

Download our Handy Best Interests of the Child Checklist

If you’re separating or divorcing, the courts base many of their decisions on what’s in the best interests of the children. While some cases involving […]

Common Myths About Common Law: Creating a Cohabitation Agreement in Ontario

Not every partnership turns into a marriage. There are plenty of couples who, for a variety of reasons, choose to live together without getting married. […]

Custody Arrangements: Can a Child Choose Which Parent to Live With?

Perhaps the biggest decision to be made during divorce proceedings is where the children will live. In the past, custody usually went to the mother […]

Have You Been Served? How a Family Court Lawyer Can Help

Jul 4, 2018
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Here’s the situation: You’ve been served with divorce papers and you need to prepare a response. You have only thirty days to respond or you […]

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