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Lump Sum Spousal Support

Lump Sum Spousal Support No one wants to deal with an ex any longer than they need to. Monthly spousal support payments can be a constant aggravation. It is a reminder that you owe them something, even if you don’t really agree with the court order. If the relationship was over 10 years you could ...
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The Purpose Of Spousal Support

The Purpose Of Spousal Support Spousal support can be a difficult topic to settle between separating spouses. Sometimes the paying spouse feels that the other spouse doesn’t deserve spousal support or doesn’t truly need spousal support and should be able to get by on their own.  Usually, this is because the purpose of spousal support ...
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Grandparent Rights to Access

Grandparent Rights to Access Are you curious about grandparent rights to access children? In family law proceedings grandparent rights to access are often ignored throughout the custody and access discussions. Parties typically have their hands full trying to figure out what their share of the children’s time will look like and grandparents can be left ...
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Family Law Disclosure

Family Law Disclosure Are you concerned about family law disclosure? In Ontario family law courts, it has become expected by judges that both parties to an action will provide any and all relevant financial and property disclosure to each other before bringing a motion or proceeding to a settlement conference. Yet a lot of people ...
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Hacking Email During Divorce

Posted April 9, 2018
Hacking Email During Divorce Hacking email during divorce is a common situation. Most people are glued to their cell phones or computers. Email is their main line of communication with the rest of the world. Most people do not consider the security issues that are involved with emails. These include fraud, viruses, and scams. When ...
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Discussing Separation With The Children

Posted April 2, 2018
Discussing Separation With The Children Discussing separation can be very difficult. During the initial phases of a separation with children, it can be a hectic and confusing time for everyone. Children specifically can have a lot of difficulties coping with a change to the family dynamic. Changes in living arrangements and access time can be ...
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Ending Child Support In Ontario

Posted April 2, 2018
Ending Child Support In Ontario Ending child support is something you need to speak to a lawyer about. Your child has just turned 18, has graduated high school and you couldn’t be more proud. It has been a tough road dealing with your ex. However, you’ve come to terms with your separation and are at ...
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The Best Interests Of The Children

Posted April 1, 2018
The Best Interests Of The Children What is the best interests of the children? Understandably, a question that we often get from our clients is about how the courts determine custody and access. The answer is that they will be determined on the basis of what is in the best interests of the child. This ...
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Legal Fees and Taxes

Legal Fees and Taxes Are you curious about legal fees and taxes? It’s that time of year again when everyone is trying to maximize their tax breaks. If you’ve been involved in family law litigation you should discuss whether or not you have any sort of tax breaks or benefits that may have resulted or ...
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Can You Have Two Spouses At The Same Time?

Can You Have Two Spouses At The Same Time? Is it possible to have two spouses at the same time? We’re not talking about issues related to bigamy or polygamy. Did you know, that under Canadian law, it is possible to have two spouses at the same time? This article outlines how some individuals find ...
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