Divorce Blog

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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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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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Saskatoon Saskatchewan River

Second-most Cheater Friendly City in Canada

The highly controversial dating website AshleyMadison.com has put out their per capita numbers for their site and apparently, Saskatoon ranks in at number 2 of the cheater-friendly cities of Canada. AshleyMadison.com is a site that encourages adultery through online dating and is apparently making a big splash in the western Canadian market.

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Airbrushed Women

With a site like AshleyMadison.com who needs enemies?

As a proud Calgarian, I was shocked to find out that Calgary is the third most cheater friendly city in Canada. After some research on AshleyMadison.com, the infamous website for non-singles who are looking to hook up outside their relationships, my nervousness was confirmed with the slogan of “Life is short. Have an affair.®”

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