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.
How do you know if your marriage is over or finally reached the point of no return? Every marriage is different, but here are 10 questions to ask yourself.
The legal realities of divorce in Ontario, divorce mediation and its benefits for separating couples, and recognizing/getting out of an abusive relationship.
No matter how tempted you may be to “keep the divorce lawyer out of it,” don’t put your faith in an office-supply-store separation agreement kit.
When a couple hits hard times, it’s awfully tough for either of them to ignore that other factor in their domestic arrangement — the value of their home.
Sharing your PIN? Money can be about power, emotion, morality, and security, among other things. How does money work with a spouse? Melisssa Leong asked financial experts about this financial quandary.
We’ve been conditioned to believe the divorce process has to be both litigious and expensive. But it doesn’t have to be either of those things. If we applied some common sense — putting the beginning of our next chapter ahead of the retaliation we feel for ending the last chapter — it could be a much smoother process.
Gail Vaz-Oxlade discusses the complications that debt and bankruptcy bring to a divorce process with Brian Pritchard (BDO Canada) and Darren Gingras (The Common Sense Divorce).
Gail Vaz-Oxlade and Darren Gingras, President of The Common Sense Divorce, talk to “Christine” about her experience as a Common Sense Divorce client.
In celebration of Ontario Entrepreneur Week (June 2-13, 2014), Metroland Media featured some of Ontario’s most unconventional entrepreneurs, including Darren Gingras, President of The Common Sense Divorce, which started and operates its Client Care Centre out of Georgina, Ontario.