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Monday March 24, 2014

2014 - 2015 Family Law Calendars

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The BOYNECLARKE LLP Family law team has a limited number of 12-month calendars for children for the 2014 and 2015 years.

Printed by The Family, Children and Youth Section of the Department of Justice Canada, The calendar is a great companion piece to their popular children’s booklet “What happens next? Information for kids about separation and divorce”.

Children whose parents are separating or divorcing are often faced with new routines that can be overwhelming.  The calendar was developed to help them adjust to new and challenging circumstances.

If you would like a calendar, please feel free to contact a member of our Family Law Team.

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