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What you need to know about the Ontario Cohabitation Agreement

Oct 16, 2017
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If you’re thinking of moving in with your partner, there might be more for you to consider than how to handle your mother in law’s […]

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 […]

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 […]

Are Ontario Courts Biased Towards Mothers in Divorce Cases?

Jul 18, 2017
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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 […]

Can Tax Be Deducted From Spousal Support in Ontario?

Divorce can be messy, especially when it comes to negotiations for spousal support. Oftentimes, after a settlement is made it’s advisable for both parties to […]

Understanding Canada’s Common Law Rules and Human Rights

Understanding Canada’s Common Law Rules and Human Rights If you’re a believer of love without marriage, you may eventually tread the nebulous legal landscape of […]

Understanding the Difference Between Contested vs Uncontested Divorce in Ontario

Nov 18, 2016
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When you’re going through what can be a gut-wrenching, agonizing process, you probably don’t care to differentiate between a contested vs. an uncontested divorce. However, […]

Why Ontario Child Custody Laws Aren’t What You See on TV

Woody Allen once said, “Life doesn’t imitate art, it imitates bad television.” While Allen might have insights on other aspects of life, in this case, […]

3 Expensive Problems You Face Representing Yourself During Divorce

Oct 12, 2016
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One of the biggest trends among those who are undergoing divorce revolves around a significant increase of husbands and wives choosing to represent themselves in […]

How Does Divorce Impact Your Child’s Education Savings?

Sep 14, 2016
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Everyone says divorce is hardest on the kids. They didn’t choose to be in this situation, and their sense of stability has been completely upended. […]
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