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When Helicopter Parents Divorce – Boutet in The Toronto Star

Boutet comments on parents who are too involved with their kids and who may inadvertently be creating more problems than solutions… Read the full article in The Toronto Star.

Protect Your Practice – Nathalie Boutet on CPA Canada

Yours, mine or ours? What business owners should know and do to protect their assets in the event of a personal relationship breakdown. Read the article on CPA Canada.

Divorce Myths Debunked

There are many common misconceptions when it comes to the topic of divorce that families may not be aware of. Nathalie Boutet, Family Law Lawyer, Conflict Resolution Specialist and Accredited Mediator can speak to the following myths vs realities when

Separating is Hard – Don’t Go Through Your Separation Alone

Divorce can be a painful and difficult process for everyone involved. Especially for children who are often caught in between the strong emotions of their parents. Parents need to balance feelings of anger, sadness and – often – fear with

Be upfront with ex-spouse about dating after divorce

Maturity, respect, and rising above emotions are all key elements to a smooth transition into dating after divorce, Toronto family lawyer Nathalie Boutet said on a recent edition of What She Said! Watch Video Boutet joined hosts Kate Wheeler and

Dating After Divorce & Science Behind It‬ – Nathalie Boutet on CanadaTalks

Dating after divorce can be difficult, especially if there are children involved. Keeping communication with your former spouse about your want to begin dating again will help your children come to terms with a new person in their lives. Natalie

Marital Breakdown – Nathalie Boutet in Canadian Consulting Engineer

Engineers have it made. According to a 2010 study from Radford University in Virginia, engineers are among the professions with the lowest divorce rates. They also rank amongst professions with the top- paying starting salary in Canada. Still, with the

Advice for Grey Divorces – Nathalie Boutet in Divorce Magazine

“If you’re more than 60 years old and divorcing, collaboration or mediation are your best hopes of preserving your family’s finances.” Nathalie writes in Divorce Magazine on subject of divorce among older couples. Read the full article.