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Planning for your children’s future after Divorce

Finances and the well-being of your children are two of the most common concerns during a divorce. Add these two together and you have something to really keep you up at night. Will we be…

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Rebuilding Personal Finances After a Grey Divorce

It is true that it’s difficult to rebuild your finances after a divorce, but that shouldn’t be a compelling enough reason to stay together. As with a lot of things, knowledge is power and when…

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Case a wakeup call in dealing with difficult clients

The facts of Capone v. Fotak 2021 ONSC 7992 provide an opportunity to review our role as legal advisers, how to deal with impaired instructions and alternatives to court. Read the full article here.

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Tips for sharing the holidays when you’re separated or divorced

The holidays are supposed to be a time of joy and happiness, but for many, they can be filled with sadness and loss as families transition through separation and divorce. Maybe this year marks the…

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Income Assessment in the Gig Economy

Collaborative Lawyer Natalie Boutet for the Law Times A rise in the gig economy, as a result of the pandemic, has been making things like child and spousal support tricky during a divorce. As many…

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What is the role of a Collaborative Family Professional?

Q&A with Collaborative Divorce Toronto Member Brynie Lacob When a couple separates, oftentimes, they believe that they each need to get a lawyer and fight it out in court. It will be ugly. It will…

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Co-parenting the first day of school

7 Tips for an easier back-to-school season Firsts are always tough for families after a divorce or separation. Who will be there? Will it be awkward? Will there be conflict? With many families getting ready…

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The Divorce Act has grown up, but will we?

The changes to the Divorce Act are a sensible step in the evolution of family law. Fractured families have new hope of achieving resolutions that truly meet their needs while experiencing less stress, lower costs…

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What to Do When Your Spouse’s Addiction Gets Worse During the Pandemic

If you’re dealing with your spouse’s addiction and are thinking about getting a divorce, there are unique legal issues and strategies you might have to grapple with. Read the full article here.

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Supporting Children Through Separation and Divorce: How Collaborative Divorce Can Help

Ryan Osbourne and Stephanie Stavro-Pearce It is no secret that separation and divorce can negatively affect children – and children’s health experts agree. The Canadian Paediatric Society (CPS) has highlighted that most children going through…

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Five Reasons Why You Should Choose Collaborative Divorce, Especially During Covid-19

One: It’s Faster Traditional litigation can be a lengthy, time-consuming process, and it can take years to reach a resolution. With litigation, the courts decide when and how a matter moves forward. Even at the…

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Collaborative Divorce Toronto, Covid-19 Member Update

Dear Members This has been a challenging time for all of us.  Please know that we on the board of directors have you all in our thoughts and we hope that you and your families…

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