Breaking up is hard to do. Equally difficult: determining how property is divided – and who gets to keep the engagement ring.
Where engaged couples are not living together, the law across Canada is remarkably similar. In Ontario, for exa … (read more…)
Some people have the misconception that once child support is established they are going to have to pay the same amount until the date stated in the agreement or in the Court Order. However, when child support payments are initially determined and … (read more…)
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) involves using two different processes to attempt to resolve family law matters related to a divorce, such as division of property, child custody and access, child support, and spousal support. In cases where A … (read more…)
In Ontario, there are several different types of child custody divorcing couples may seek, depending upon the circumstances and reason for the divorce. It is essential to fully understand the differences and what rights they provide. If you are ev … (read more…)