| June 21, 2022
Social media has become a minefield of evidence to prove the poor conduct or financial behaviour of a divorcing spouse. Separating spouses must avoid any type of social media post that may negatively affect the outcome of their case.Use these tips to prevent social media damage to your divorce case:
| June 13, 2022
In most divorce cases, the spouses need to resolve, or a judge needs to decide, the legal issues of child support, spousal support, property division, sale of the matrimonial home and parental rights.
| June 1, 2022
The family laws affecting same-sex relationships in Canada have come a long way since 1965. That year, the Supreme Court of Canada upheld a lower court ruling that Everett Klippert... View More
| May 29, 2022
Separation and divorce are a time of upheaval that impact you, your family, your friends, and your future life plans. One impact of divorce that can go unnoticed is the... View More
| May 5, 2022
This week, we had a client threaten to commit suicide because of the stress of her divorce.
| April 20, 2022
In the old days, when someone divorced and wanted to ‘bad mouth’ their ex, they would tell nasty things to their co-workers, friends, and family. The reach of this banter... View More
| April 12, 2022
Canada’s 2022 federal budget has introduced some interesting ideas for separating and divorcing spouses.
| February 9, 2022
Divorce is never easy. Financial disclosure is a vital part of any separation, even in addition to the emotional pain involved.
| December 8, 2021
Traditionally, the holidays are associated with family gatherings, joyful memories, and the excitement of giving presents to loved ones and friends. Children experiencing separation, however, may have difficulty enjoying the... View More