Monthly Archives: September 2010

“Legal system slammed for failing families”

The failings of Ontario family law seem to be the flavour of the week in this province.  Far from wishing to denigrate this attention, I simply wish to underline that this area needs sustained focus and, even more, a wide-ranging … Continue reading

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Mediation — It’s a Matter of Choice

There’s an editorial in the print version of the Globe and Mail of September 16th entitled “Divorce – Redundant coercion”.  In the online version, the header gets more to the point of the commentary, “Don’t tell us how to divorce”. … Continue reading

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Parenting: What’s the Father-Child Bond have to do with it?

A very interesting post on Dr. Marsha Lucas’s blog, ReWire Your Brain for Love®, caught my eye but because of work on my new business site, Ottawa Family Mediation, I only got around to reading it today.  The blog post … Continue reading

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