Fairway Divorce Solutions is Canada’s leading divorce mediation and resolution company. Founded in 2006, our team has served Canadian families for over 13 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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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.’
The cost of divorce in Canada Several legal surveys have shown that the average cost of an uncontested divorce in Canada can be between $4,800 and $6,800 per person. However, a contested divorce can start at $24,000. Learn the breakdown of costs when it comes to divorce.
Text messaging can help divorced and separated parents better communicate without emotion. Find out how to use text messages to stick to the business at hand.
Just because you may be a high conflict divorce, does not mean you must turn to litigation and fighting it out with lawyers. There are better mediation alternatives like Fairway Divorce, that are focused on reducing time, money and stress, and to achieve resolution for those who are who are higher conflict.
When in the middle of a divorce or separation you can feel like you are in a constant state of limbo. Not knowing what the next few months or even years will bring can leave you feeling out of control. Here are 10 suggestions for making this transition easier.
There are many options for getting a divorce; collaborative law, litigation, arbitration, mediation. Bottom line is that before you decide which direction you want to take, make sure you understand the outcomes. Judges are limited with time and resources to dig deep as you may hope.
Divorced or Separated? Get 5 practical suggestions on how to spring clean and de-clutter so that you can break down the barriers of emotional attachment to the past and plan your future path.
Don’t get caught missing important submissions for completing your taxes. It is important to know that divorce can change how you conduct your tax returns in Canada. Find the links to the forms that should be submitted to the CRA during divorce.