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.
The Common Sense Divorce can help you and your spouse avoid costly mistakes and get your separation process started off on the right foot. Some people go into divorce well-armed. They know exactly what’s going to happen next. Other people…not so much. Gail Vaz-Oxlade discusses what to expect and how to avoid costly mistakes. Divorce is complicated. It’s time to seek help.
If you want to have a ‘good divorce’ then you have to go to your partner and tell them HOW you feel and WHY you feel this way. Be truthful, be honest, share your feelings and be sure to give your partner space to share theirs.
People have all kinds of misconceptions when it comes to divorce. Gail Vaz-Oxlade touches on 5 common misconceptions about divorce in Ontario. Watch this video.
Parents are usually concerned about divorce and kids. Divorce is not the worst thing that can happen to children. Living in a very stressful household – that’s way harder than living through a divorce.
Divorce Mediation is your best option when it comes to separation. Wanna know why? Here are five good reasons: Cost, Confidentiality, Control, Compliance, Speed.
Often people come to the end of a relationship on different timelines. If you’ve been considering divorce for a while, you’ve had time to wrap your head around the idea. Your partner probably has not. You need to give them some leeway.
If you are considering divorce, call The Common Sense Divorce FIRST to find out how our Divorce process can help you avoid costly mistakes and get your separation process started off on the right foot.
Asking your self what The Common Sense Divorce process is all about? The Common Sense Divorce has Three Steps. Watch this video for more information…
Have you uncoupled from your spouse? Are you doing everything as separate individuals? When was the last time you sat down and had a conversation with your mate? If you don’t seem to have any relationship with your mate any more, maybe you’re not actually married anymore – just haven’t gone through the divorce yet.