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Three Ways Using Technology Can Help Your Co-Parenting Situation

By Zagazeta Garcia LLP |

Co-parenting might not always be easy, but it is usually the best solution for children who are growing up with parents who live in different homes. As of 2016, almost 20 percent of Canadian children were growing up in a household with one primary parent. Even if your child doesn’t live with you most… Read More »

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Is Recording My Ex Helpful To My Child Custody Case?

By Zagazeta Garcia LLP |

Do you remember those days when recorded video and audio was so grainy that it was hard to even make out what was what? Technology has come a long way over the years and these days, it has advanced so much that it has become common to pull out your phone and start recording… Read More »

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Back-To-School Co-Parenting Tips For Divorced Or Separated Parents In 2021

By Zagazeta Garcia LLP |

This time of year is always an eventful season for the millions of children who are currently enrolled in public school programs here in Canada and this has never been more true than in 2021. Ontario’s government recently announced that students will be able to return to the classroom full time this September under… Read More »

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Winning Sole Custody Of Your Child

By Zagazeta Garcia LLP |

Reaching the decision to end a relationship is never an easy task, especially when kids in common are a part of your family picture. Children are understandably the biggest concern for most people during a separation or divorce. Sometimes former spouses are able to objectively and amicably agree to a post-separation parenting arrangement plan… Read More »

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The Problem With Unilateral Decisions When You Are Parenting Jointly

By Zagazeta Garcia LLP |

It is always ideal for parents to be able to cooperate and make joint decisions about significant aspects of the upbringing of their children together even if they no longer happen to be. When sharing a child as a married couple or as a pair in a relationship, parents are generally free to make… Read More »

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Handling Holiday Vacations When You Are Splitting Custody During COVID-19

By Zagazeta Garcia LLP |

Now that we are in the midst of the holiday season, many Canadians have started thinking about having a gathering with a conservative amount of family and friends. For some people, the holidays are a good time to extend a short visit into a vacation. For most people this year, vacations are going to… Read More »

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How Texting Can Affect Your Child Custody Case

By Zagazeta Garcia LLP |

It may have been a while since you heard of someone having a house phone installed, but Canadians are in fact talking just as much as we ever have. We are just doing it differently as cell phone usage becomes more widespread. Statistics suggest that Canadians send and receive an average of 200 billion… Read More »

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When Will My Child Support Payments End?

By Zagazeta Garcia LLP |

As much as you may love your children and want to help them with every step in life, it is natural to wonder as a parent when your child support payments will actually end. Some parents may even believe that as soon as their children reach adulthood, these payments will automatically stop. However, child… Read More »

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The Dos and Don’ts of Coparenting During the COVID-19 Pandemic

By Zagazeta Garcia LLP |

Since the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic appearing in Ontario, we have all been struggling to adjust to this new state of the world in a variety of ways. In particular, the circumstances surrounding many custody disputes have changed drastically in the past few months. According to the Department of Justice, roughly 5… Read More »

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Should I Temporarily Alter My Visitation Agreement in the COVID-19 World?

By Zagazeta Garcia LLP |

Many aspects of all of our lives have rapidly shifted during the COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) pandemic. And while we have all faced challenges without access to many of the services and places we are used to and are staying home more than ever before, divorced or separated parents who coparent have the extra task… Read More »

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