A franchisee for over 8 years, Colette Fortin, shares her story about a day in the life of a franchisee as well as what inspired her to join after hearing Karen Stewart’s passion about creating a revolutionary approach to divorce.
Fairway Divorce Solution was featured in an article in the Globe and Mail on: “Sweat and equity: Franchises on the rise among Canadian investors”. If you are interested in learning more about franchise opportunities with Fairway Divorce Solutions, please reach out directly to our President, Matthew Ball.
Learn practical tips on how to put together a detailed plan for travelling with children when divorced.
Organizing summer arrangement and vacations is time-consuming and sometimes complex, but add Divorced Parents and it can be a real challenge. Here are some tips on how to make it better for everyone.
How is selling a car anything like how we process our divorce? Conflict coach discusses, how you might use mediation as a compassionate way to move on and hold your ex in less distaste.
The Canadian Lawyer Magazine published an article each year called the “Going Rate” on what lawyers charge for divorce and separation. The challenge with these statistics, is that they are voluntary, meaning that they are likely skewed down as lawyers are hesitant to be honest about the fees, as they can be very high. Thousands of couples are spending way more than this survey quotes. Buyer beware.
Learn some very practical tips for planning for a successful summer when you are divorced and dealing with the added challenges that give rise to managing camps etc. Learn some fun things to do in Edmonton, Alberta and other locations.
Learn about the Federal Child Support Guidelines from the perspective of a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst.
Find why Fairway has won the Waterloo Business of the Year Award for its work as a divorce alternative!
For those who have carefully and thoughtfully considered their situation and come to the decision that it is time to get a divorce, the first challenge they face will be figuring out how they should approach the discussion with their spouse.
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.