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March 2021

Step Three Of The Four-Step Process When It Comes To Property Division In Family Law? – Podcast Episode 14

By |March 25th, 2021|Family Law, Podcast, Property Division, Property Settlement|

The third step is all around the future needs of the parties. To put this in a really simple question that is asked, it is this: Is there one person in the relationship who has a greater financial need than the other party? [...]

Step Two of The Four-Step Process – Podcast Episode 13

By |March 18th, 2021|Podcast, Property Division, Property Settlement|

 New Podcast Episode!Step Two of The Four-Step ProcessIn step two of the four-step process, we take a close look at the parties’ contributions to the relationship, both financially and non-financially.Once step one of the four-step processes has been completed, this is when we can commence step two, so if [...]

The Four Step Process Outlined – Podcast Episode 11

By |March 5th, 2021|Podcast|

 Listen up as the Director of Collective Family Law provides for an analysis of the following:1. THE PROPERTY POOL – What assets, liabilities and financial resources there are of each party, joint or separate (the “net property pool”);2. THE CONTRIBUTIONS – What each party has contributed to those assets, liabilities and financial resources before [...]

February 2021

Three Important Topics To Think About When Going Through Divorce and Separation

By |February 26th, 2021|Divorce, Family Law|

1. Gathering basic information You are going to need to know details about your relationship’s financial set-up as well as other basic information such as dates regarding the relationship, where documents are kept, and whose name is on what assets, household bills, and other liabilities. This can be overwhelming, [...]

Primary and Secondary Considerations For The Best Interests Of Children

By |February 12th, 2021|Child Support, Family Law, Family Resolution|

When determining what is in the children’s best interests, the court has to consider a number of primary considerations. The section of the Family Law Act where you can find this is 60B. This is a breakdown of what this section essentially seeks to guarantee to all children: that children [...]