Family Law: Divorce Tips & Resources

Updates To The Canadian Divorce Act Coming In 2021

Divorce can mean different things for different people and families. Some say it is gaining their freedom while others think it is the most challenging time of their lives. Divorce can be one’s decision or a mutual one. however, it still can be problematic in different ways. The Federal Divorce Act applies to married couples…

One Of The Biggest Mistakes Parents Make While Going Through Divorce

Divorce is almost as common as getting married; however, if you have children, then that’s a whole different story. Parents often have influence on their children long after puberty and development years. That is why being careful through the entire divorce proceedings and making sure that your child is cared for and looked after is…

Will Divorce Rates Spike After Coronavirus?

Coronavirus has hurt loads of procedures in the world, and divorce proceedings are not an exclusion. China, the world’s most populated country, is facing a spike in divorce applications. According to the English-language Chinese newspaper, ‘the Global Times and Bloomberg Businessweek’: ‘Xi’an, the Shaanxi Province capital, is swamped with divorce requests in the Covid-19 pandemic.’…

How To Tell Your Kids You Are Getting A Divorce?

Divorce is often a challenging phase in our lives – Especially when there are kids involved.   It’s important to talk to your kids about the situation and how it will affect them and what they will face. Informing your kids about the situation is what a parent should do before they hear it from…

Has COVID-19 Impacted Your Divorce Process?

Coronavirus has taken the world by storm, and one of the things that have affected us badly is our relationships with loved ones. The quarantine situations have either improved or worsened the changes in many relationships. The question is: Has Covid-19 also impacted the divorce process for you? You need to stay at home due…

When to Use Mediation During Divorce Proceedings?

Mediation is a practice in divorce proceedings where a third party intervenes (of course, with the consent of the divorcé and divorcée). This comes in use when there are significant issues that are of complex nature. The enduring process of Mediation can usually bring both the spouses on the same page. It has an effective,…

What to do if Your Spouse Refuses a Divorce

Divorce is something that is not easily acceptable for everyone. Many times, people are so used to living with someone that they cannot tolerate any changes in their life, let alone affection and emotional attachment. For some people, it is hard to realize that something needs to be changed in their life. This reluctant behaviour…

What is Spousal Support in Canada?

Spousal support refers to the financial support of one spouse to the other after a divorce. It is sometimes also called ‘alimony’ or ‘maintenance.’ Throughout Canada, there are clearly described rules for spousal support by the establishment of the Divorce Act (Federal Law). In general, according to the Divorce Act, spousal support is required when…

What Every Parent Needs to Know about Helping Kids Cope with Divorce

No doubt separation or divorce is a huge process and emotional experience for all the people involved. Children often feel that their whole life has turned upside down. At any age, it is disturbing to witness the nullification of your parents’ marriage and separation of the family. Children may get traumatized, feeling unstable, or angry.…

Taking Care of Yourself After Divorce

Divorce can be a tough and prolonged process. Even if you’re the one who filed the divorce or if it was a mutual decision, it can be a miserable and painful end to a relationship. It also gives rise to many life transitions, both coordinately and emotionally. Suddenly, your life may look very different from…

Free Consultation

Enter your details below and we'll get back to you as soon as we can.

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.