Are you about to embark upon a divorce and wondering how to help your children cope? Do you want to learn from the experiences of other parents and (adult) kids who have been in your shoes? If so, do not miss this round-table discussion! In this session, we cover topics such as: How to set […]
I think about divorce, a lot. Do I ask for a divorce? How do I make a decision? What if this is a mistake? How can I be sure? A part of me still loves him or at least I care for him, but don’t think I am in love with him. I need divorce advice.
Dealing with the prospect of a separation & divorce is hard enough, let alone when everyone is under quarantine and forced to break the routines of our daily lives.
The Money Smart Divorce Solution Legal, Binding & Enforceable Separation Agreements Divorce and RRSPs Earlier this month, the Federal Budget updated a Canadian federal tax law that has major implications for family law and divorcing individuals. The Canadian Home Buyer’s Plan, the same plan that allowed first time homebuyers to withdraw from RRSPs to purchase […]
Serious difficulties and conflict arise quickly in narcissistic relationships. It’s very easy to fall in love with a narcissist, difficult to live with a narcissist and profoundly painful to leave one. Relationship instability is expected when personality pathology is present and a disproportionate number of narcissists get divorced. Divorcing a narcissist requires a unique personal strategy.
The Money Smart Divorce Solution Legal, Binding & Enforceable Separation Agreements Why You Should Opt for a Common-Sense Divorce By Gail Vaz-Oxlade – Published August 11, 2014 Trying to get a divorce? Wondering why it’s taking so long and costing so much? Family courts are backlogged because we’ve been conditioned to believe the divorce process […]
Divorce is Expensive, But Don’t Skimp on the Lawyer By Gail Vaz-Oxlade – Published January 12, 2015 Everyone knows divorce is expensive. According to Darren Gingras, President of the Common Sense Divorce (with which I am affiliated), the average divorce costs $15,000 to $25,000 depending on whether the courts have to get involved. Is it […]
10 Difficult Reasons Why People Separate in January January is the coldest month of the year in more ways than one. The first month of the new year is also the time of year that most people start their divorce process and choose to separate. Perhaps there wasn’t much glue holding their marriage together anyway […]
The Matrimonial Home Probably the number one question asked when people first separate, “Can I change the locks on our home?” If you lived in it with your spouse at the time of separation then your home is likely what is called a “matrimonial home”. Under the Family Law Act, a matrimonial home is defined […]
DIVORCE AND FINANCES What if My Spouse Handled the Money? In some relationships, one spouse takes responsibility for handling the finances and the other steers clear of anything related to money. This may be for simplicity’s sake, because one spouse has a stronger interest, or for any number of reasons. While there is nothing inherently […]