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The Financial Professional within the Framework of Separation and the Role of the Financial Neutral

Jane Tremblay and Alison Anderson are certified financial professionals with practices dedicated to working with clients going through separation and divorce. Their combined experience of almost 20 years in this role has had them working with well over 400 families in a Collaborative Process...

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The Advantages of Collaborative Family Law for Your Children

In a 2016 decision in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice after two warring parents embroiled in a 36-day trial, the Honorable Mr. Justice Alex Pazaratz uttered these words: “What will it take to convince angry parents that nasty and aggressive litigation never turns out well?”.

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COLLABORATIVE MARRIAGE CONTRACTS – Making sure your agreement is enforceable

A marriage contract is useful tool if you have assets or interests you wish to protect before getting married. In fact, couples who discuss financial matters in a clear and honest way with each other prior to marriage have a mature and realistic approach to their relationship.

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Level 1 and 2 Collaborative Team Practice Training

We are offering our Level 1 and 2 Collaborative Team Practice (CTP) Training sessions in Barrie Ontario.

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Minimizing the Costs of Separation/Divorce: The Collaborative Process

When it comes to a separation there are different types of costs to consider. Right away, most people think about the financial cost. However, there are other important costs as well. For example, most people wish to deal with the issues of their separation in timely manner so that they can move on with their lives, so a second big consideration is the time cost. Finally, people often don’t cons...

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