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.
Co-Parenting can be challenging but the children’s schedules need to be about them and not about cutting 50-50. There are 7 days in the week and so sometimes fair is not exactly equal.
Holidays can be stressful, here is a quick guide for divorced couples on how to get through the holidays with or without the kids.
Divorce is stressful. Add the complications of parenting and family relationships over the holidays and it can be chaos. Read some common sense and practical steps for making the Christmas and other celebrated holidays less stressful and more enjoyable for children and parents.
PROFIT and Canadian Business today ranked Karen Stewart of Fairway Divorce Solutions No. 74 on the 18th annual W100 list of Canada’s Top Female Entrepreneurs.
The financial realities of a divorce or separation can be overwhelming. Mediation with a financial expert is a practical way to resolve the financial and parenting issues. Plus, learn some examples of boundaries that may be helpful to set when negotiating your decisions.
Learn about financial disclosure and whether it’s really necessary for divorce. In short: They are critical for a legal agreement, and we tell you how to find out if your partner is hiding financial information.