Zoe Daniels

  • Marrying Someone New after Undergoing Divorce: What Are the Legal Considerations?

    After undergoing a lengthy and emotional divorce, you may have temporarily lost hope in finding a long-term partner. However, someone new may sweep into your life and all of a sudden you find yourself in a serious relationship. Making the decision to remarry is often challenging. You may be worried about what your kids will think, how your former spouse will take the news, and how marrying will affect legal aspects of your life moving forward.
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  • When Your Former Partner Does Not Follow a Parenting Order

    When a marriage or common-law relationship comes to an end and there are children involved, a parenting order might have been issued by the Family Court. The parenting order generally covers which parent the child will primarily live with, as well as the visitation allowances of the other parent (including the frequency and duration of visitation). But what can you do if your former partner violates the parenting order? And what are some instances where you might it feel it's necessary to violate the parenting order yourself?
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  • 5 Things to Put in Your Will Besides Money and Property

    Everyone should make a will because, without one, you could leave a confusing mess behind after you're gone. People don't always consider it until they start to get older but, you shouldn't be complacent about something so important. The first thing you need to think about when you're planning your will is where your money and property will go. Sorting this out makes sure your wishes are carried out, so you can look after whoever you want to and stop any unfortunate fighting when you pass away.
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  • How to Ensure a Seamless Transition for the Kids Following Separation

    You may consider yourself to be a responsible parent and would never do anything to harm your children, but sometimes circumstances can get in the way. Unfortunately, you may have decided to separate from your partner and are now worried about the repercussions, but how can you make this a seamless transition so that it doesn't affect the kids? It's Your Choice Much will depend on the adults' behaviour during the process of separation.
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