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Canada Crest

Big Changes to Canada’s Divorce Act

Looking for more information about the changes to Canada’s Divorce Act? Here is everything that you will need to know.

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January is Divorce Month

January is Divorce Month for a Reason

January has come to be known as divorce month. There are a few reasons why that is the case and why it isn’t necessarily the end of the world.

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Woman Making the Decision to Separate

Living Together After Making the Decision to Separate

Fairway divorce mediators are specialists who understand family dynamics. Most of all, they can help in the transition period after the decision to separate is made and make life a little easier for you.

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Happy Mature Man

The Connotation of Life After Divorce

Read a few things that you will learn to appreciate after your divorce. Life after Divorce can be positive but it’s all about how you approach it.

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Telling a Spouse You want a Divorce

Telling Your Spouse You Want a Divorce

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.

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Gray Divorce

What is a Gray Divorce?

Baby Boomers get a lot of attention. They remain one of the largest demographics in the western world. Their lifestyle and spending habits drive market innovation and branding. While companies have had success in the past predicting trends, no one could predict the onslaught of divorce among baby boomers. This upswing coined a new term, “Gray Divorce.”

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Grounds for Divorce

What are Grounds for Divorce in Canada?

In Canada, there are three grounds for divorce: separation, adultery, and cruelty. In order to receive a court application for divorce, it is required that you identify the ground on which you are seeking divorce.

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Is text messaging a bridge to better communication in 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.

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How to protect your kids & assets through divorce

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.’

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Choosing a Mediator

Choosing the Right Divorce Mediator

Learn how not all divorce and separation mediators are the same and how Fairway Divorce offers a proven step-by-step process that facilitates resolution on money and kids achieving a divorce agreement.

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10 Tips for dealing with the Limbo of separation and divorce

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.

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Taping a Box

Spring Cleaning Your Life After Divorce

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.

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Serious Bearded Man

No Nonsense Divorce Tips for Men

7 Powerful Tips for Men on how to set the course and stay the course when faced with a divorce.

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Sleepless Man

Divorce and Taxes: What You Need to Know

There is one aspect to the process of divorce that almost none of us takes into account: taxes. This is because most of us deal with taxes only once per year and it can be very easy to forget about that process, right up until it’s keeping you up in the midst of tax season.

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Talking to Friends

Telling Family and Friends about Separation

Planning the conversation about who, what and when to share the news of your separation, should be well thought out. Get some great common sense tips on how to make it easier for everyone.

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