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Changes to the Divorce Act: What You Need to Know
There are some recent important changes to the Divorce Act in the areas of new terminology, the prioritization of the best interests of the child, family violence, and mobility and relocation.
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What does “exclusive possession of the matrimonial home” mean?
Understanding the criteria for an order for exclusive possession, which is an option for married spouses who are separating or divorcing, but can’t agree on who stays in the matrimonial home.
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Who gets to stay in the family home after separation or divorce?
An overview of what to consider when deciding who stays in the family home after separation or divorce.
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The COVID-19 Vaccine: What do you do if you and your ex don’t agree?
There are a number of family law considerations to take into account if parents don’t agree about their child receiving a COVID-19 vaccination.
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Do COVID-19 Restrictions Affect Child Custody and Access?
We are currently in the throes of a worldwide pandemic that has turned just about every routine upside down. Parenting arrangements for children between separated parties have been no exception.
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Be Smart About Social Media When You’re Separated!
Best practices for using social media when you are going through a separation or divorce.
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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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