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What is a Power of Attorney and Why do I Need One?
Powers of Attorney are documents that allow you to name one or more people who can make decisions on your behalf with respect to either your property or personal care.
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5 Tips for communicating with your ex-partner
Best practices for communicating with your ex, including email, privacy and communication tools.
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Preparing to leave an abusive relationship or domestic violence
When preparing to leave an abusive relationship after domestic violence, take steps to both stay safe and understand your legal rights.
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If my child is in college, university or trade school, when does entitlement to child support end?
An overview of requirements for child support entitlement for a child who is enrolled in post-secondary education (college, university or trade school).
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Understanding child support: When a child is no longer attending school
Understanding requirements for child support when a child is 18 or over and not attending school.
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Common-law or Married? It does make a difference when you’re separating
An overview of the difference between common-law and married relationships, including property rights, pensions, custody and spousal support.
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So You’ve Separated…Now What?
Factors to consider if you are entering a legal separation, including legal advice, agreements and alternative dispute resolution.
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How to Handle Tricky Spousal Support Issues
Living with a new partner can potentially affect spousal support obligations and may create a need for a Cohabitation Agreement.
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