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Aging Divorces

Divorce is Here to Stay, Learn a Better Way

At some point, divorce became a significant issue. It’s difficult to pinpoint when this all started, but it would likely require a lengthy dissertation on the last 30 years in the legal system to fully achieve the answer we are looking for. Instead, let’s cut to the chase and say that things definitely need to change.

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CTV News - Part One

CTV News Part 1 – How to move through Divorce in the Right Way by Avoiding the Traditional System

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.

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Seductive Cowgirl

Calgary Stampede sees an increase in Post Stampede Divorces

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.

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Business Impact

Divorce and Work: Its Economic Impact on Corporations

Employees that are getting either divorced or separated, cost corporations into the hundreds of thousands in lost time and productivity. The Statistic is overwhelming and perhaps it is time for Employers to step up their game in assisting their employees when faced with divorce.

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Love Is Made Not Found

Love Is Made Not Found

Divorce is hard. While the grass may look greener in a post-marriage scenario and spending another Valentine day with someone you no longer want to share a romantic dinner may seem difficult, think hard before ending your marriage. Your marriage may be worth fighting for.

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January 7

More Couples Will Decide to Divorce on January 7 Than All of 2013

After years of being in the divorce business, I know full well that January is the most common month of the year for couples to file their divorce papers, based on how busy my office gets that time of year. In fact, one can even pinpoint the exact day.

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