• Co-parenting during the COVID-19 pandemic

    With public health officials urging families to self-isolate in their homes, divorced or separated parents who share parenting time are faced with a unique challenge. This is a stressful time for all families as they adapt to this new temporary reality, but it can be even more difficult for those who are managing a co-parenting […]

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  • Aboriginal community support during COVID-19

    As COVID-19 continues to spread across Canada, the Federal Government has declared that the health, safety and well-being of all people in Canada, including First Nations, Inuit and Métis, remains a top priority. It is important for all Aboriginal groups and organizations to understand the support that is available to help prepare and respond to […]

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  • Relief from COVID-19 as an Employee

    Almost everyone employed in the private sector during these challenging times is likely to have concerns about their job security. There is a lot of information circulating about the opportunities for relief that are available if COVID-19 related factors cause you to lose your employment temporarily or long term. At Lift Legal, we are here […]

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  • Stories for the Holiday Season

    Can you believe how time flies? As December approaches, you’ve probably started thinking of how your family will be spending the holiday season. No matter what holiday you and your family celebrate, there is nothing more special than cuddling up with your children and enjoying a book. When it comes to holiday books, there are […]

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  • Winter Activities for You and Your Family

    Halloween costumes have been packed away for another year and people have started to string up the Christmas lights. While we’re grateful the cold weather held off for Halloween, it’s time to think about what fun activities you and your family can do during the winter. Trying to wrestle your children into winter jackets, snow […]

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  • Separation and Social Media

    The use of social media has been growing steadily over the past few years. There are over 2.27 monthly active users on Facebook, which only keeps increasing each year. Needless to say, social media has become a large part of our everyday lives. People use social media for a variety of things; connecting with old […]

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  • How a Pet Can Help Your Family Through Your Divorce

    Divorce isn’t easy for anyone, especially children. Often, younger children don’t understand that the family dynamic they are familiar with will be changing. No longer will they have both parents in the same home together and this can cause various issues such as health-related problems, and a rise in anxiety, stress, and low self-esteem. While […]

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  • Keep Safe This Halloween

    Halloween is one of the most anticipated nights of the year, and it’s not hard to imagine why. It’s a night where children don costumes of their favourite horror villains or superheroes, call out “Trick-or-Treat”, and collect all the candy they want. However, with all of the excitement, it is important to be cautious. Here […]

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  • Signs of Parental Alienation

    Depending on their age, children of divorce may feel confused as to why their parents are no longer together. Unless there are extenuating circumstances which would cause harm to the children, then it’s important for them to maintain healthy relationships with both parents. Unfortunately, not all children are shielded from their parents’ conflicts and are […]

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