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Back-to-School COVID Battles Erupting Among Divorced Parents

Few things fuel arguments among divorced parents more than the safety of their children. Each person in the marriage brings their own set of safety tolerances reared from their own childhood and they’re often incompatible …

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Lawyer Anna-Marie Musson Featured in Bay Today Article

From Bay Today: The good and bad about going to university next year, legally speaking In this news article from Bay Today, Lawyer Anna-Marie Musson explains how the decision to take a gap year from college during the COVID-19 …

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Divorce And The Second Wave of COVID-19: Why Now is The Time to Seek Information

It’s been a gruelling four months. We’ve all been grappling with the stress of lockdowns, social distancing, homeschooling, food shortages, scary news stories, and government emergency declarations. It’s unprecedented in world history. Just think about …

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The Covid Cohort and Spousal Support Payments

Students opting to skip year of pandemic-restricted campus life, presenting challenges for divorced parents The acronym B.C. can now be repurposed to mean “Before Covid,” especially for a growing trend that sees post secondary students …

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COVID-19 and Child Support Payments

Desperate Parents Seek Answers Parents who receive regular child support and other spousal payments are starting to see the taps run dry because of COVID-19. Ex-Spouses are unilaterally cutting off court-mandated financial support, claiming government orders to stop work or close …

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