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Care for an Indigenous Child in Your Home

The 60’s Scoop, the residential schools tragedy that separated Indigenous children from their clans, families and homes, has left a traumatic legacy in Ontario. First Nations families are reclaiming their culture and healing historical wounds by providing safe care for children whose biological parents are deceased, have abandoned them or need time apart. Purpose, Pride…Read More

Care for Your Kin When Their Parents Can’t

Separating twins may seem like a bizarre practice. Foster care has come a long ways since the New York twins and triplets study made famous in Three Identical Strangers. Triplets Torn Apart at Birth The 2018 Sundance Film Festival winner is a stunner. Three 19-year-old, curly-haired triplets, Bobby Shafran, Eddy Galland and David Kellman, discover…Read More

Foreign Spouse and COVID Custody Troubles

Separated and divorced parents with kids stuck overseas or across the border have had a harrowing five months. Could pleas from Ontario family court judges for calm be falling on deaf ears or will common sense prevail? COVID Threatens Kids Too Back in March and April when the pandemic first caught hold in Western nations…Read More

4 Things About Love, Divorce and Life Insurance

Your ex and you had joint life insurance when you were together. Don’t be surprised if your life insurance policy still has legal effect after you separate or divorce. Here are four things to know about life insurance after the love dies. 1. Separation agreements are legal contracts. You’re bound if yours contains a life…Read More

Who Pays School Expenses When You Separate or Divorce

Ping is studying civil engineering. Cheng wants to take trombone and march in the high school band. Paying for schooling and extracurricular activities after you separate or divorce can make a big dent in your budget. School and Postsecondary Fees an Enduring Expense School and college tuition and fees add up at the best of…Read More

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