Get your divorce done quickly with the fastest divorce process in Canada. Karen Stewart concludes her interviews with CTV Edmonton by presenting Fairway’s mission: Children, Assets & Speed. Fairway Divorce Solutions takes you through the process, separately, and then helps you quickly negotiate a resolution that protects your children and your assets.
Karen Stewart continues her interviews with CTV Edmonton by talking about divorce lawyers and why calling a lawyer may be the wrong thing to do. Keep the money in your pocket. Learn how to avoid fighting it out with the courts. Instead, achieve amazing outcomes using a mediation and negotiation method that makes sense and focuses on the wellbeing of the children.
In this interview, Karen Stewart talks with CTV News Edmonton about divorce statistics and the differences between the “broken” traditional divorce system and the Fairway divorce process. Having gone through a lengthy divorce herself, this experience gave Karen insight into the limitations of the traditional system. Learn how Fairway can help you find a mutually beneficial outcome that protects your kids and your assets.
CTV Calgary Interviews Karen Stewart about the year over year trend in the increase of divorces after The Calgary Stampede. See how you might avoid being a statistic.
Karen Stewart discusses the significance of relationships for ageing individuals. Get a unique insight into how Seniors are impacted by changing relationships and the increasing number of divorces for ageing couples.
There are significant tax issues that should be considered when getting divorced. Learn some of the tax areas to be aware of.
Traveling when in a shared parenting can add some complexity and stress. Learn some practical tips on how to make it work for everyone and make planning easier.
An Alberta woman and her common-law partner raised three children and owned two properties during their 20-year relationship. After splitting up, she found out that she had no rights to the homes. Learn how she fought for her rights to the properties they owned together.
Read the CBC article discussing common-law relationships and what our CEO Karen Stewart has to say on the lack of legal options for Alberta common-law couples who break up.
There is no denying the stress of the holidays, and it can be glaringly obvious that divorce is inevitable. While you cannot ever be 100% prepared, it is best to work on not having any regrets.