Legal Representation The access to justice problem is a continuing issue in the legal industry. Lawyers don’t trust clients to pay their bills, and clients don’t trust lawyers to send honest bills. Everyone in the industry seems to talk about the problem,
Can You Move With Your Children? Want to move with your children? You have separated from your partner and are pursuing a new love. Moving in seems logical. It’s the next step in the exciting life you are creating together. Or so it seems. What could
Are you in contempt of an access order? Failure to follow a court’s direction can cause you to lose some or all access to your child. Make sure you are not in contempt of an access order. Ontario Superior Court of Justice changed an access order after
Dealing With Child Custody In Ontario, a recent case dealt with the issue of whether a parent can be found in contempt of an access order. This happened because one parent was refused parenting time on the basis that the child doesn’t want to go. So can you
Do you have questions about getting sole custody in Ontario? You’ve got your sole custody agreement or court order and feel like you can finally relax? You can stop fighting with your ex about custody issues of your children. Right? Then why are you getting
Grandparent Rights to Access Are you curious about grandparents 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
Legal Fees Tax Deduction The cost of going to court can get expensive. When legal fees begin to increase, spouses start to look for ways to recapture their money spent. One question that clients have is whether they can claim their fees on their tax returns.
Do you want to know about the family law act an the best interest of the child? Are you having a custody and access dispute? The test for determining the appropriate parenting arrangement can be hard. As a guideline, it is always what is in the “best