In this first-ever episode, you get to know a bit about us…frankly, we get to know about each other too!:) We also introduce a bit about the work we do together helping families help themselves through the process of separation and divorce. Our
Equal Shared Parenting (ESP) initiatives, whether as a result of case decisions and/or legislative reform, are gaining traction around the world. Significant opposition from lawyers and others impedes ESP’s wider adoption as the parenting regim
Divorce can affect you financially and emotionally. It can drain that RRSPs or savings. It can push you to overeat or overdrink.
We talk to Andy Cosby about some options to help you save money and plan wisely for your future. We will, then, t
A discussion with Uday Jaswal, the Deputy Chief of Police with the Durham Regional Police Service about community safety issues and how the engagement of residents is critical to finding sustainable solutions and building healthy and inclusive
Now, that you have decided to separate, what are your next steps? What about the kids, the financials, the house? What about your sanity and self-care?
We tackle these very important questions and attempt to create an easier path for you and
Family Mediation has gained popularity over the past couple of decades. Mainly because it’s a lot quicker than going to court, less expensive and, in many cases, it has an element of healing for those involved. Still, the vast majority of famil
Common law spouses don't have the same property rights as married couples do. So, if the relationship ends, there may be serious difficulties dividing assets and debts.
There are steps that unmarried couples can take. We will be talking about
Divorce is troublesome enough, with all of the emotions and life changes that it brings. Add to it the complexities of what happens with the finances, and you have a perfect storm for confusion, upheaval and anxiety.
Imagine being able to fee
Divorce does not automatically strip parents from their rights, responsibilities and parenting values. Why defer to a stranger to make decisions for your family? Strategies to stay out of court & work together after separation or divorce; espec
Dealing with a high-conflict co-parent can be mentally, physically, emotionally and sometimes financially draining. If you don’t find strategies to manage your relationship with your ex, it only makes it more difficult to find peace of mind, f
Laura and Rachael Whitzman go in depth answering your questions on topics such as Parenting Plans, Court Process, and more. They discuss the benefits of Mediation and how we can integrate more knowledge on the topic in the community.