Category Archives for "Family Law"

Love And Money: Are You A Gold-Digger If You Say Money Matters?

As a family lawyer, the two biggest concerns most clients have is whether they will have enough money and whether they will ever find love again.  Love and money are at the core of so much of our lives.  When couples divorce, money is often a major issue.  It is also at the centre of many fights in a marriage.

As a family lawyer, the two biggest concerns most clients have is whether they will have enough money and whether they will ever find love again. Love and money are at the core of so much of our lives. When couples divorce, money is often a major issue. It is also at the centre of many fights in a marriage
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6 Things To Do Before Bringing Up The Word “Divorce” To Your Spouse

If you are unhappy in your marriage and are contemplating divorce, there are some important things that you should consider doing before even bringing up the dreaded "divorce" word with your spouse.  Once this word is mentioned the dynamics of the relationship will significantly change so it should not be uttered lightly.

If you are unhappy in your marriage and are contemplating divorce, there are some important things that you should consider doing before even bringing up the dreaded "divorce" word with your spouse. Once this word is mentioned the dynamics of the relationship will significantly change so it should not be uttered lightly.
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5 Advantages of a Holistic Approach to Divorce

If you are considering separation or divorce, or have already started the process, you may want to consider the many advantages offered by a holistic approach to the process. Family law is not suited to the adversarial process that has evolved in our legal system.  A holistic approach recognizes that the consequences of divorce and family breakdown are often devastating, and there is lots of healing to be done.

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2 It’s Time for a Holistic Approach to Family Law

Family Lawyers need to have some of the skills of a social worker, coach or therapist in order to be able to effectively assist clients. While outside referrals to these professionals may always be necessary, I am fortunate in my practice to be able to offer some of these skills and services to clients without them having to go somewhere else to receive them. 

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