Getting divorced? Your business may be a moving target

By Nathalie Boutet; Special to the Globe and Mail, Published July 20, 2018 “Getting divorced? Your business may be a moving target” Boutet Family Law & Mediation, Toronto Executives and business owners are accustomed to running the show but an upheaval in their personal life, such...
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Collaborative approach to family law reduces conflict

By Diane McInnis Waterloo Region Record, May 25, 2018 “Collaborative approach to family law reduces conflict” I applaud any efforts by the federal government to reform family justice. Justice Minister Jodie Wilson-Raybould has indicated that proposed new legislation will address family...
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Integrative or Interest­Based Bargaining

by Brad Spangler. “Integrative or Interest­Based Bargaining.” Posted: June 2003 In integrative bargaining, the parties attempt to “enlarge the pie” or allocate resources in a way that everyone gets what they want. Integrative or Interest­Based Bargaining Guidelines for...
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Collaborative practice comes into its own

by Mallory Hendry, for Canadian Lawyer Magazine. Many family law disputes are better resolved with a team in a non-adversarial setting, and more lawyers are offering this kind of help. As collaborative practice grows in popularity, a number of family lawyers across the country are working to...
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