How to start over after the havoc of a grey divorce

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This article provides a brief look at why grey divorce is rising and how older divorcees can prepare. Nobody ever plans on getting divorced and even fewer people plan on getting divorced just as they are about to enter their long-awaited retirements. However, for many people divorce during or just before retirement is becoming a reality. As the Globe and Mail reports, … Read More

Family law: Intervention in child abuse is possible

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On behalf of Ganapathi Law Group posted in Family Law on Tuesday, July 4, 2017. Child abuse in British Columbia is more prevalent than what people may think; in fact, the frequency of it happening is quite alarming. While the public is becoming more aware of the telltale signs and the procedures to report suspicious or confirmed cases to authorities under criminal laws, the … Read More

Is divorce more common for successful women?

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On behalf of Ganapathi Law Group posted in divorce on Friday, June 23, 2017. Several years ago, British Columbia fans of actress Sandra Bullock cheered for her Oscar win only to learn just weeks later that her husband was having an affair and their marriage was over. This is apparently a common theme among successful actresses, and some researchers wondered why successful women seem … Read More

Kids who experience a bad divorce more apt to be sick as adults

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On behalf of Ganapathi Law Group posted in divorce on Tuesday, June 20, 2017. It sometimes happens that two spouses in British Columbia stop loving each other. Although they may choose to divorce, they never stop loving their children and wanting what’s best for them. Unfortunately, a divorce can wreak havoc on adults’ emotions, and sometimes they end up treating each other in ways they … Read More

Avoiding conflict during a divorce can help kids succeed in life

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On behalf of Ganapathi Law Group posted in divorce on Tuesday, June 13, 2017. Over time, two married people may decide that their romantic commitment to each other is over. Typically, a divorce soon ensues. What does not end, however, is the commitment both parties have to their children. A child’s best interests should always be met as well as can be during and … Read More

How to talk to children about divorce

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On behalf of Ganapathi Law Group posted in divorce on Tuesday, June 6, 2017. For parents, there’s more at stake when a marriage ends than just their own emotional and financial needs. Children are just as affected by divorce as their parents, perhaps more so. It is impossible to keep children completely shielded from what’s going on with their parents, but there are some effective techniques … Read More

Research shows kids may suffer health issues because of divorce

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On behalf of Ganapathi Law Group posted in divorce on Wednesday, May 31, 2017. The results of a study are probably not necessary to make people understand that ending a marriage can have an emotional and psychological impact on everyone involved, including the divorcing couple, their children and even other relatives. What may come as a surprise to some is that a high-conflict divorce … Read More

Kids under threat may need protection beyond basic family law

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On behalf of Ganapathi Law Group posted in Family Law on Wednesday, May 24, 2017. In recent years, divorces that seek to avoid confrontation have become increasingly popular in British Columbia. For many people, they offer an excellent way to end a marriage without tying up time and resources in a court battle. For some men and women, however, there may be too much … Read More

Marital home a key part of property division

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On behalf of Ganapathi Law Group posted in property divisionon Tuesday, May 16, 2017. If a marriage comes to a premature end, there will be many hard decisions to make before the two parties go their separate ways. In particular, the process of property division can be very difficult. The marital home is sometimes a divisive issue and may require sensitive handling. Some real estate agents now … Read More

Ignoring a family law order can lead to stiff penalties

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On behalf of Ganapathi Law Group posted in Family Law on Wednesday, May 10, 2017. Any free citizen of British Columbia has the right to move away to the province of his or her choice. Doing so, however, does not mean an existing family law order issued in BC no longer applies. A man living in eastern Canada perhaps thought that was case, though he has learned … Read More