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The Rise of Gig Economy & What it Means for Divorce – Article Published in Family Lawyer Magazine

For family lawyers, the burgeoning gig economy & remote work have presented new challenges & complexities – particularly regarding how we determine support. As family law lawyers, we’ve witnessed many different scenarios among our clients as we shepherd them through

The rise of the gig economy and what it means for divorce – Article in The Lawyer’s Daily

The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the gig economy over the past year. As people started to re-evaluate their current work and lifestyle, businesses began to leverage the economic benefits of hiring more freelance and contract workers. So, what does that

Collaborative negotiation is crucial for child and spousal support agreements in rising gig economy – Interview by Law Times

Income demands are more complex as people work unconventional hours: Family lawyer As the pandemic accelerates the gig economy with more freelancers and independent workers, determining income for child and spousal arrangements through collaborative negotiation or mediation is essential, says

Wealth Professional: How advisors can bring calm and reason to divorcing business couples

Lawyer encourages trusted advisors to step in to help couples resolve issues before they go to court How can advisors help married clients who are divorcing if there’s a family business involved? Nathalie Boutet, owner of Boutet Family Law and

Getting divorced? Your business may be a moving target – Boutet In The Globe And Mail

Executives and business owners are accustomed to running the show but an upheaval in their personal life, such as divorce, can have a significant toll on their work, their employees and the business performance as a whole. For high net-worth

How to prepare your spouse to work in the family business – Boutet in The Globe and Mail

As many as 80 per cent of small businesses in Canada are family enterprises. And while the benefits of self-employment and entrepreneurship can include financial freedom and control over one’s career, there are many factors families need to consider before

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.

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