June 02, 2017
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We met in university and were the first of our friends to get married. We had our kids soon after we graduated and I chose to stay at home and be a mom, while he worked hard to establish himself in his career. He was an extremely difficult man and was never really happy —…

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May 31, 2017
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When people are going through a tragedy, they not only need a lending ear and a lot of love, they actually need physical strength and “moving power”. “Moving” meaning house contents, home treasures, memories, antiques, etc., but also, moving in the sense of having a wing woman/partner in crime to physically help them in “moving…

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May 25, 2017
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Fully furnished rentals are an excellent resource to use during the divorce process. Easily arranged and flexible lease agreements can be the perfect solution when a permanent space of your own is hard to come by. We are here to answer some of your frequently asked questions so you can get more information and feel…

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May 15, 2017
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Regular child support payments are an important part of ensuring the well-being of a child or children following the end of a relationship. Because of the financial implications, the responsibilities are child support payments are defined very clearly in a separation agreement. However, it can be possible, for any number of reasons, that a former…

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May 11, 2017
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My wife and I were married for 18 years. She owned her own business when we got married and I had my own company as well. We ended up working together on many projects and to be honest – her business really took off while mine stayed stable. I began to take a more active…

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May 08, 2017
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Hating your ex is normal more so during the immediate post-divorce period. However, you have to realize that hating your ex is actually a waste of your time and energy because you deserve to be spending your time on things that bring you happiness. Hating your ex simply means that you’ve been hurt and that…

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May 04, 2017
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How not to win a court case goes like this……: (this blog is NOT legal advice!) Stubbornly insisting that nothing is your fault, the other person is always to blame, and they are a liar but you always see and tell the truth, is a good way to lose your credibility. In a recent Ontario…

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May 01, 2017
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I find myself thinking of my step-kids and my family dynamic all the time. I wonder if this is normal. Do bio parents think of their kids and their role this much? Do moms in general think this much? Do dads? I don’t actually know. It makes me a little crazy sometimes and to the…

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April 27, 2017
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“There’s been a load of compromisin’ on the road to my horizon,” but one compromise I was not willing to make was on my divorce playlist. My divorce playlist was nothing short of medicinal for me and had a significant influence on my emotional recovery. Just recently, as I was embarking on some spring-cleaning, I…

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April 24, 2017
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You’re in the process of a divorce and you or your ex-spouse are moving out, perhaps both. Where are you going to live and how will you manage the move? How are you going to handle the transition and make sure you have enough funds for a deposit? To secure a new place you’ll need…

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