The path of divorce mediation may not a suitable path for every divorcing couple. However, if divorce mediation is the chosen path, here are some items to consider when discussing complex issues.
Divorce can have a greater financial impact on women. Unfortunately, it’s sometimes harder for women to afford a divorce and get back on their feet once it has been finalized. Read more to find out why.
Here are 8 red flags of financial fraud in divorce to beware of and steps you can take to avoid getting scammed.
Domestic abuse can be verbal, emotional, sexual, financial, and psychological abuse. They all play an equally poisonous role in contributing to the insidious rot of abuse.
When married couples separate or divorce, they divide their properties. In Ontario, the division of matrimonial property is based on equalization of net family property.
Preparing for your split can help you avoid many of the biggest struggles of ending a marriage. Keep reading to learn the most significant problems many people face when divorcing, and five tips to minimize the stress of your split in advance.
Child support is a set amount of money paid by the non-custodial partner to the custodial partner to take care of the living and medical expenses of the children. Child support ends when the child turns 18 and graduates or turns 19 years old.
While often thought of as a negative signal to the other person and a risk factor for divorce, the advantage of a prenuptial agreement is that it can protect a couple with unequal assets or if one person feels insecure about finances.
Co-owning a home together after divorce will not resolve your marital problems; in fact, it could actually exacerbate them.
Can your partner’s infidelity be held against them if you get a divorce? Here’s what you need to know about how infidelity could affect your own split.