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Co-parents: an app to split expenses
July 15, 2021 | Custody and Parenting
When it comes to our kids’, clothes, school supplies, extra-curricular activities, the expenses can be endless! Keeping track of all of these costs can be a difficult task, especially for co-parents to split all of these expenses amongst themselves.
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Co-parent: Here is why you should do it
June 3, 2021 | Custody and Parenting
Co-parenting means that both parents’ continue to participate in their child(ren)’s lives. It is hard to work with someone you were once very close with, but it is necessary for the best interest of the children.
Is it legal to record a conversation with your child/ex-spouse in Quebec?
January 9, 2021 | Custody and Parenting
Parents and caregivers have to balance more today than ever before. With demanding work schedules and growing families, parents need to account for every minute of their day. Another factor is to make decisions that ensure their children’s safety while encouraging their growing independence.
At what age can your children be home alone?
December 9, 2020 | Custody and Parenting
Parents and caregivers have to balance more today than ever before. With demanding work schedules and growing families, parents need to account for every minute of their day. Another factor is to make decisions that ensure their children’s safety while encouraging their growing independence.
What To Include In A Custody Agreement?
September 24, 2020 | Custody and Parenting
Nothing is impossible, as long as it is not against public order. Put your differences aside and be creative and come to a solution that is in your children’s best interest.
Shared Custody: Parental Rights and Responsibilities
September 7, 2020 | Custody and Parenting
If you are in a shared custody situation with your ex-spouse but aren’t quite sure how to navigate this new chapter in your life, read on – we are here to help!
I am a Father: What are My Rights?
September 3, 2020 | Custody and Parenting
If you are a father getting divorced and want to know your rights, read on: Most pressing question often is, what are my chances of getting custody of my children? Many fathers automatically assume that they cannot get full or even shared custody – that is not true!
What do I do when My Child Refuses Visitation?
August 3, 2020 | Custody and Parenting
Picture this: you have a custody agreement in place with your ex-partner (in the sense that you are no longer together and/or married but they are your lifelong co-parenting partner) and one day your child decides that they refuse to go to their visit with their other parent.
Relocation and Long Distance Custody Cases
July 24, 2020 | Custody and Parenting
One thing is certain: relocation cases are some of the most heart-wrenching cases Quebec courts have to rule on.
How the use of Social Media can harm your custody case
July 15, 2020 | Custody and Parenting
In today’s modern world, social media is a huge part of our everyday lives. We use it to share milestones with our families and friends and to express our opinions.
Advice for Stepparents: 6 Helpful Ways to connect with Stepkids
July 13, 2020 | Custody and Parenting
We see all different types of families and one of the main topics that we keep getting questions about is the role of stepparents and the best way to blend families.
COVID-19: impact on shared custody
March 25, 2020 | COVID-19
During this period of social distancing due to COVID-19, parents are surely asking themselves: how does this impact my custody arrangement? Should I be shuffling my children between two homes when the government is mandating everyone to stay home?
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