How to go about telling your children about your divorce
How custody can affect eligibility for public assistance
When do the child custody designations in a divorce settlement matter
Tax implications and considerations if you are divorcing and have minor children.
What to do when one parent wants to move away and what does the law have to say about this
A summary of changes in Canada’s new divorce law.
What are the effects of divorce on children
Keys to mindful co-parenting
Equal 50-50 timeshare arrangements with the children may seem desirable to one or both parents but there are often problems associated with them.
If you are separating from your spouse and want to have equal 50-50 time with the children, what are some schedules that have been used to do so?
Physical custody refers to the time periods during which a child resides with, and is under the supervision of, a parent or other party. Physical custody can either be “joint” or “sole.”
Legal custody refers to the right and responsibility to make decisions related to the health, education and welfare of the children. Legal custody can either be “joint” or “sole.”
Nowadays, the term “parenting plan” is much favored over “custody and visitation.” If there are minor children involved in a divorce, a parenting plan must be developed and communicated to the court.