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Who keeps Valentine’s Day gifts when the relationship ends?

What are you gifting this Valentine’s Day? Chocolates? Jewelry? It always feels good to give, but what happens to those gifts when a couple separates?

Beyond the Drama: Understanding High-Conflict Personalities in Family Law

Navigating interpersonal relationships in the midst of a family law dispute can be incredibly frustrating and challenging, especially if the opposing party exhibits high-conflict behaviours.

How the Rise of Digital Currencies is Complicating Family Law Cases

In recent years, the rise of cryptocurrency has presented unique challenges in family law proceedings, particularly as it relates to the division of family property.

Who gets to stay in the house after separation?

David Kim explores the complexities of obtaining exclusive possession of the family home after separation, including the legal requirements and court considerations.

Strategies for Separation: Essential Do's and Don'ts for a Smooth Process

Navigating the end of a relationship is never easy, especially when it involves having a conversation about separation with your partner.

What is Settlement Privilege & What are the Exceptions?

Settlement negotiations are an integral part of the legal process, allowing parties to explore resolutions without resorting to litigation.

5 Golden Rules for Nurturing Your Children through Separation and Divorce: Guest Post

It is no secret that separation and divorce can be tough on kids. It can be a difficult and confusing time for them as they try to navigate through the changes in their family dynamic.

The Collaborative Divorce Process: A Compassionate Path to Resolution

Divorce is often seen as a contentious and emotionally draining process, with images of courtroom battles and bitter disputes coming to mind. However, an alternative approach known as collaborative divorce is gaining popularity for its emphasis on cooperation and mutual respect.

Navigating High-Conflict Divorce & Separation

Divorce and separation can be emotionally challenging for any couple. However, in some cases, the conflicts can rise to extreme levels, resulting in what is known as high-conflict separation and divorce.

Who Has the Burden of Proof in Relocation Applications? An Alberta Case Study of Nurmi v Nurmi

When parents separate or divorce, relocation of a child may become a contentious issue.