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Do I need to Provide Financial Disclosure?

Financial disclosure for Family Law

One of the first steps in negotiating a family law agreement is the exchange of financial disclosure.  If you’re in the process of separating, you have probably told your lawyer that one of your main goals is to get the process “over with” as quickly as possible.  However, sacrificing full financial disclosure for the sake…

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Can Social Media Affect My Family Law Case?

social media and family law

We know that “first impressions” can impact how we are perceived in our personal lives, work lives, and in public.  Just as though you may think about what you will wear to court in putting your best foot forward, you may also want to think about what your social media profile says about you.  Although…

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To Hire – Or Not To Hire – A Lawyer?


When facing a family law issue, many people debate whether or not to hire a lawyer. Just this week, we came across a post on social media stating that you should never involve a lawyer in your separation; that remaining amicable and using “common sense and maturity” is the best way to go.   While it…

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How Child Support Works in Canada

child support

If you are going through a divorce or separation, child support is a legal issue you may have to address. In Canada, the main principle behind child support is that all children should benefit from both parents financially as if they are still together. After deciding details such as their living arrangements, care, and decision…

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