IT IS NEVER TOO EARLY OR TOO LATE TO SEEK COUPLES COUNSELLING
IT IS NEVER TOO EARLY OR TOO LATE TO SEEK COUPLES COUNSELLING The breakdown of relationships has been researched for decades, and yet as a society we tend to consciously put aside our feelings and our partners’ feelings when the union starts to crumble. The time is...
Healthy Loving Relationships
By: Angel Freedman B.S.W RSW Registered Social Worker Relationships are built on friendship and love. Enjoying each other's company in a harmonious, respectful manner - be it through conversation, an activity you both share, or the joys of everyday living; and passion...
Angel Freedman—The Voice of Divorce
Angel Freedman is a Registered Social Worker in private practice on Main Street in lovely downtown Whitchurch-Stouffville. Angel has created a recovery counselling strategy to assist her clients through the healing and grieving of separation and divorce. Angel...
Divorce and the Matrimonial Home — What Happens to Your Home When You Get Divorced
While you are enjoying a happy marriage, the definition of what constitutes the matrimonial home is of little significance; it’s on the dissolution of your marriage that the definition is of crucial importance, since the matrimonial home is given special treatment...
When the Kissing Stops Check in on Your Marriage
Kissing, and I don’t mean a peck on the mouth, I mean necking, French kissing, intimate long lasting kissing. The kind of kissing that many couples did early on in the marriage.
“In the Best Interests of the Children” In Marriage, Separation & Divorce
What does it mean, “In the Best Interests of The Children”? If you are a separated or divorced family, you may have used this term in your agreement.
You Think You Are Married, But You May Be Separated
It all starts with the vows we take at the onset of the marriage. All the promises, the infatuation, the gifts and the excitement of being a couple. It’s like having your best friend sleep over forever.
One Size Does Not Fit All by Paul Pellman LLB
One size does not fit all. It’s easy to think that all lawyers approach cases the same way and embark upon litigation when necessary.