When parents separate, there are a number of practical and logistical considerations that need to be addressed.
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In the context of family law, guardianship is often lumped in with parenting, but it is important to understand that these are distinct legal concepts and to be aware of any powers and entitlements that come with being a child’s legal guardian.
Many aspects of life for parents and children change after a separation or divorce. The help of a parenting expert can ease the stress of that change and steer you in the right direction.
While it is generally best that children not give evidence in court after separation and divorce, there are multiple alternative avenues for a child’s voice to be heard.
In Canada, an application to the court in a family law proceeding can be made either in the Provincial Court or the Supreme Court. Learn more about which court you should choose if you have the option.