Toronto Divorce Advice, Tips & Resources

What you should know about child custody in Ontario

When a couple that has children divorces in Ontario, some of the most important matters that need to be worked through are child custody and support. Child support is dependent upon who has custody of a child as it is usually that individual who receives it. While in some cases it is possible for a couple to reach an agreement regarding child support on their own, in other cases the established Child Support Guidelines will need to be applied.  There are several factors considered in…

The way you purchase your home could matter in split

Planning to buy a home is a big investment for anyone. When a couple decides to do it together, the endeavor can be quite complicated. This is true whether a couple is married or in a common-law relationship. If the couple decides to end their marriage or relationship, things can become even more complex. Taking certain steps before buying a house could make a split easier should it occur. If possible, it may be best to have only one individual seek a mortgage. This could…

Ontario creating new online child support tool

When a couple has children they are often the primary focus in their lives. This is true not only when they are together, but if they split as well. Accordingly, matters such as child custody and support are usually of utmost importance. Just how much someone in Ontario will pay in child support depends on a variety of factors. The province is creating an online administrative model that helps parents both establish as well as calculate child support without having to go to court. The…

Study sheds light on women and co-habitation

Few people enter into marriage thinking it will end in divorce. Despite this, couples throughout Canada regularly decide to end their unions. According to information Canadians provided in the 2011 census, rather than marriage, residents are increasingly opting to be involved in common-law relationships. A study recently released that was based on that information, focused specifically on women age 15 and older, and their preferences regarding marriage and common-law relationships. As compared to 1981 statistics, in 2011 more women of all ages are following this…

Following divorce, some women excel in career

There are many reasons why parties to a marriage decide to seek divorce. Whatever the reason, once finalized there is usually a period of adjustment that parties must go through. In Canada, statistics indicate that approximately 40 percent of marriages eventually lead to divorce. One of the biggest adjustments individuals in this situation face is how to live on a new financial situation. This is particularly true for women who put their career on the backburner during their marriage, so they could support their spouse…

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