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How to Leave a Toxic Marriage?

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Posted on: 04 Sep 2022

Putting a stop to a toxic marriage is often tough. Although it may seem straightforward from the outside, the whole struggle is paralyzing. So, what are the signs of a toxic marriage? And how to leave it? In this blog, we have rounded up suggestions to show you a working roadmap for a toxic relationship….

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What are the Effects of Divorce on Children?

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Posted on: 30 Aug 2022

While divorce affects a couple significantly, it further affects the children ( if any) more. The parents’ separation or divorce creates a void in the child’s psychological, mental, and financial well-being. Well, there are some positive impacts, too, in exceptional cases. This blog describes the possible effects of divorce on children, both the long-term and…

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Visitation Rights in Canada: What You Need to Know as a Parent?

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Posted on: 11 Aug 2022

We understand how pathetic it can be to stay away from your children after that painful divorce. It might be your ultimate wish to stay connected with them. But sometimes, it can react oppositely. So, before you want to visit them, you must know your visitation rights. The courts in Canada strongly believe in the…

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What’s the Difference Between Custody and Visitation?

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Posted on: 02 Aug 2022

When a married couple decides to get separated, they have to make a lot of decisions regarding various things, such as money, assets, debts, businesses, etc. But even more difficult is dividing the children’s time between the mother and father. While they have nothing to do with divorce, for a child, both are equally important….

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How Does Adultery Affect Divorce in Canada?

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Posted on: 13 Jul 2022

Divorce is a legally binding process, but it’s also extremely personal. Many marriages end when one partner discovers that their spouse has extramarital affairs. The divorce process is difficult enough. And, it’s even more difficult with the aspect of infidelity. If your spouse has betrayed you, you are likely to think—how does adultery affect divorce…

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Joint Divorce in Alberta: Eligibility Criteria & How to Do It?

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Posted on: 13 Jul 2022

Divorce is only good when there is no peaceful way to cope with the relationship. However, there are specific ways to end a legal relationship between you and your partner. You can either go for a joint divorce or a simple divorce. Let’s know what is a joint divorce in Alberta, the process, and the…

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Social Media & Marriage: Increasing Divorce Rate Due to Social Media

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Posted on: 15 Jun 2022

Social media is not intrinsically bad. Sadly, a new study published in the scientific journal on Computers in Human Behavior shows frequent social media use amplifies marriage problems. Therefore, now we have an increased divorce rate due to social media. This article tries to explain the factors of social media in divorce, how social media…

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Do Divorces Go to Trial: How to Win Your Case

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Posted on: 09 Jun 2022

Do divorces go to trial? Of course, it does. Although they are extremely lengthy, stressful, and expensive, yet around 5% of all divorces mostly go through a full-blown contested hearing. This situation mainly happens when the spouses cannot agree with each other on all kinds of issues. After all, the scenario gets totally different once…

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What are the Common Reasons to Deny Child Visitation?

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Posted on: 17 May 2022

In a perfect world, you might not need any court ruling to visit your child. But many complications arise after separation. With regard to that, child visitation or access is primarily a child’s right in a parental agreement. Initially, custodian parents can’t stop the access parent or non-custodial parent from visiting a child. However, there…

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Standard Child Visitation Schedules for Non Custodial Parents

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Posted on: 17 May 2022

Sometimes, parents face difficulties coping with standard child visitation schedules due to the complex setup. In this regard, the court’s intervention sets standard child visitation schedules generally fixed for non-custodial parents. This blog describes everything regarding standard child visitation scheduling issues if you are non-custodial parents. What is Child Visitation Schedule? Canadian law allows non-custodial…

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