Post Separation Communication Between Parents ( Page 20 )

Post Separation Communication Between Parents

Posted March 7, 2018
Post Separation Communication Between Parents Post separation communication can be difficult. Separation is often accompanied by anger and frustration directed at your ex-spouse. Comments are misunderstood and intentions are doubted, resulting in strained communications with your ex-spouse.  And when there are children involved, parents often find it hard to speak to the other parent at ...
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Legal Fees Tax Deduction

Posted March 1, 2018
Legal Fees Tax Deduction The cost of going to court can get expensive. When legal fees begin to increase, spouses start to look for ways to recapture their money spent. One question that clients have is whether they can claim their fees on their tax returns. The answer is yes, some legal fees can be ...
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Social Media During Divorce

Social Media During Divorce Do you have questions about social media during divorce? Social media has become engrained into our everyday lives. Can you use social media during divorce? It is rare nowadays to find someone who isn’t involved on Facebook, YouTube Instagram, or Twitter. Maybe people going through divorce are also on dating/hookup apps such ...
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Ontario Family Law Act for Best Interests of Child

Will a Child be Called into Family Court? When it comes to custody and access disputes, the test for determining the appropriate parenting arrangement is always what is in the “best interests” of the child. To determine the best interests of the child, the courts and legislation have formulated a test containing factors a court ...
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When Should You Consult A Family Law Lawyer?

When Should You Consult A Family Law Lawyer? Do you need to consult a family law lawyer? Divorce is not a decision made overnight. Getting from the point of deciding to divorce, through a separation, and to the step of starting your court documentation often takes months or years.  So at what point throughout the ...
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Letter of Consent for Child to Travel

Letter of Consent for Child to Travel You may have heard from other separated parents that you need to obtain a travel consent letter before going on a vacation. However, without further information it can be confusing why they are necessary and what purpose they serve. Below is all of the basic information you need ...
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Determining Income for Child Support

Determining Income for Child Support In most cases, when determining income for child support in accordance with the Federal Child Support Guidelines, an applicant simply needs to take the income from their spouse’s most recent income tax return, look at the Child Support Table for their province, and find the correlating amount of child support for ...
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Ontario Spousal Support Agreement

Ontario Spousal Support Agreement Are you looking for a Ontario spousal support agreement? Then it is important you learn about what needs to go into the spousal support agreement. It is important that you get a family lawyer to create your Ontario spousal support agreement. Why is this important? Because if you do not create it ...
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Religion And Divorce In Canada

Religion And Divorce In Canada Some religions have barriers that divorcing spouses must overcome before they are able to get remarried. The most common example is a “get” in the Jewish faith, which requires the parties to obtain a divorce granted by a rabbinical court before they can remarry.  The get releases them from the ...
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