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Family Law Blog

Update on the Canada Child Benefit During COVID-19

Update on the Canada Child Benefit During COVID-19

A good family lawyer helps you navigate through good times and bad. Even in the best of times, co-parenting can be challenging. With the added uncertainty of COVID-19, coupled with some recent updates to federal and provincial child benefits, there may be some  confusion. Today on the blog, we dive into what these benefits are and what changes to them mean for you. 

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The What, Why and How of Prenuptial Agreements

The What, Why and How of Prenuptial Agreements

For most couples, signing a prenup isn’t exactly romantic. No couple in love likes to think about whether or not the relationship will stand the test of time. However, the marriage statistics are 50-50, and it’s good to be prepared for a worst case scenario. In the long run, it may save you time and money in extra legal fees. 

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Summer Parenting & COVID-19

Summer Parenting & COVID-19

Want to plan a holiday with your children and unsure how to navigate the complications around COVID-19? This post is for you. Typically, custody arrangements for summer vacation are typically outlined in a separation agreement. However, COVID-19 has raised confusion and uncertainty as to how summer parenting plans should or shouldn’t play out. This week, we discuss how to navigate disruptions to parenting plans while keeping the best interest of your child(ren) in mind. 

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Disagreements Over Child Vaccination: Divorce Lawyers Can Help

Disagreements Over Child Vaccination: Divorce Lawyers Can Help

Divorce lawyers see a variety of contestations in court, and child vaccination is one of them. After a separation or divorce, it’s common that parents disagree about what is in the best interest of their child. Technically speaking, your ex can refuse to have your child vaccinated. However, typically the favour is for the parent who is pro-vaccination. If you and your ex are in dispute over your child’s vaccinations, get in touch with us.

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