April 2018 Archives

Family law: Can kids pick which parent with whom to live?

When parents separate, it often puts their children in a precarious position. If the kids are very young, the impact may be minimal since they may not even realize what's happening, but older children will feel the pain as much as their parents do. In fact, children in Canada may often wish to choose with whom they're going to live, but ultimately, that should be the decision of the parents. Under family law, if they can't come to an agreement, the court will make a decision for them.

Catching a financial cheater in the divorce process in Canada

When separation means having to share certain assets, there may be occasion when one spouse is less than stellar when it comes to being transparent about all earnings or assets. Divorce in Canada can bring out the worst in some people and that includes greediness. So, it may be necessary for one spouse to catch the other spouse who is being dishonest about finances.

Family law in Canada: Ironing out child custody issues

Fighting over who gets the kids in a divorce situation rarely does anyone any good, and it's especially stressful for the kids. Battling parents may be able to use the tools provided by family law in Canada to iron contentious issues when it comes to child custody. High conflict parents may do more harm to their children than they realize, including a court order to have the children placed in care.

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