Fairway Divorce Solutions is Canada’s leading divorce mediation and resolution company. Founded in 2006, our team has served Canadian families for over 14 years. We’ve helped thousands of couples navigate their way through divorce.
On our blog you will find everything you need to know about separation and divorce.
Here we have informative articles. But we love sharing personal stories too. You’ll also find news and legal information relevant to separation and divorce. We specialize in family disputes - so we focus on content about co-parenting and strategies for families. Though the blog will help you even if you don’t have children.
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“Amicably divorced” is a phrase that is not often used. Coming to an agreeable divorce may be difficult, but it is not impossible. It can also mean a better relationship with your ex and your children, meaning less stress and fighting that plague so many ex-couples.
Looking for a new business venture? Look no further than a Fairway Divorce mediation franchise. The divorce rates, both in Canada and globally, continue to rise. That means there is a need for quality divorce mediation services.
Litigation and mediation are two different ways of settling disputes or conflicts. Before choosing the best option for you, it is a good idea to understand the differences. In this article, we will review the main steps of each as well as the pros and cons. Also, learn why mediation is the best way to resolve divorce conflict.
Social distancing due to COVID-19 can have a set of challenges and stress if you are in the midst of a separation or divorce. Here are some tips to help.
If you are dealing with COVID-19 and a divorce at the same time, your plate is likely full. We get it. Stressing over the impact of a divorce is hard enough, and now dealing with the prevention of Coronavirus disease, you are grasping to find ways to manage. Here are 10 tips to help!
Working from home (WFH) temporarily, due to the COVID-19 crisis is causing added tension in some relationships. This is to be expected. So, in extraordinary times like these, we wanted to share some tips to working and living together (24/7) so that you might not only survive this temporary situation, but also have your relationship actually thrive.
Valentine’s Day in the midst of separation can be incredibly isolating and lonely. Amid all these hearts, candies and flowers, here are some ways you could support that friend, colleague, sister or brother who is going through a separation.
If you are living together while separated, you are not alone. Many ex-spouses often continue to live together. If you’ve made the decision to split up as a couple, and are postponing the action of splitting up the marital home, consider these tips on living together while separated.
Years of prioritizing work, paying bills, and keeping up with the Joneses can inflict severe damage to a marriage. Learn some ways to avoid divorce and build a healthy marriage.
Avoid disappointments over the holiday by revisiting your co-parent contract. Co-parents have an unwritten, unspoken expectation of each other, but as time passes, it may make sense to clarity expectations again. Here are some helpful tips on things you can do to clarify and update agreements.
Don’t be fooled — divorce is a zero-sum game. You will both lose something, that is a guarantee. Learn how to protect your assets and your children when going through a divorce. Download your FREE copy of ‘13 Things you need to know before you hire a divorce lawyer.’