November 2019


By |November 22nd, 2019|Property Division|

The four step process is outlined in the Family Law Act and is the exercise undertaken by family law Courts in determining what, if any, property adjustment is required between parties following separation is referred to as a four-step process. Put simply, the four-step process provides for an analysis of [...]

September 2019

How To Stop Your Ex Excluding You From Seeing Your Children

By |September 21st, 2019|Child Custody, Family, Family Law, Family Resolution, Legal Advice, Parenting, Visiting Rights|

The answer to this question slightly differs depending on whether you have Court Orders regarding care arrangements for your children or not. However, in any instance, the first step towards resolving your issue should be through mediation to avoid the costs and time delays often incurred through Court proceedings. Mediation [...]

How Do I Know When To Fight And When To Settle My Case?

By |September 11th, 2019|Child Support, Divorce, Family Law, Family Resolution, Legal Advice, Parenting, Property Division|

Going to Court for your family law matter can be costly, time-consuming, and stressful. Therefore, it is usually beneficial to settle before commencing Court proceedings so you can move forward with your life sooner with clarity and certainty. Settling Your Family Law Matter There are various ways you can settle [...]

July 2019

How To Let Go

By |July 1st, 2019|Divorce, Separation|

Letting go is hard to do especially when you are in the middle of your pain, grieving, and loss.  When is it too soon to let go, when is letting go well overdue, everyone has an opinion when you are going through a divorce about what is right and wrong. [...]

June 2019

Choosing Positive Paths After Domestic Violence

By |June 26th, 2019|Domestic Violence, Family, Legal Advice|

Families go through tough times. They argue and fight. But when it becomes violent and abusive behavior, it’s not OK. Children raised in a home where they don’t feel protected could suffer from mental illness and have a poor physical and emotional life later on in adulthood if they have been exposed to domestic [...]