July 22, 2021
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 I previously wrote in a blog about the Supreme Court of Canada’s decision in Michel v. Graydon, 2020 SCC 24 that a parent’s ability to make retroactive claims for child support is based on a child’s best interests and a parent’s obligation to provide timely financial disclosure, whereby Canada’s highest court held that parents must pay child support…

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July 08, 2021
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After 25 years together, I have called it quits. I am now trying to figure out if this was a Covid break up or was it coming? We met in University – got married shortly after and had 2 kids. We both are professionals and have great careers and are “hands on” parents. We have…

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June 03, 2021
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Why aren’t women investing as much as men? Contrary to popular belief, there isn’t as significant of a financial literacy gap as there is a confidence gap between men and women. Turns out the financial confidence gap of 60% has more with women not tapping into what they already know about money when it comes…

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April 23, 2021
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Women today must plan to live longer, while earning less, and shouldering the burden of child and elder care. International Women’s Day provided women everywhere the chance to reflect on all that we have achieved over the past century. We have so much to be proud of. In 2021, there are so many more female…

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April 06, 2021
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Do you not know how to handle money issues in relationships? From choosing where to go on dates to splitting a mortgage, there are more financial decisions in relationships than you might expect. If you are curious about when to have money conversations with your partner, how to deal with different spending habits, finding common…

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February 26, 2021
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Family law touches the lives of more Canadians than any other areas of law. Despite this fact, the family court system is often out-of-touch with the realities for many families whose lives significantly change as the result of separation and divorce. Statistics show that over two million children are living in divorced or separated families. In family…

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February 24, 2021
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Marriage is the perfect time to start shopping for life insurance. Why? Because it’s when you start sharing your life – and your debt – with the one you love.Here’s why life insurance for married couples should go hand in hand with saying, “I do.” A shared life means shared responsibilities While it’s quite unromantic…

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February 16, 2021
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Divorce does not define you. I was divorced in my late twenties, with two kids and a job. The struggle was real, my inner critic was taking over, and I wondered how I was going to supplement my income, re-enter the dating world, and yet be a good role model for my children. I had…

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