family law

Can You Move With Your Children?

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 happen if you have children might surprise you. “AJ” ...
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How To Annul A Marriage In Ontario

Posted July 24, 2019

How To Annul A Marriage In Ontario Want to know how to annul a marriage in Ontario? You thought you had started a new life. Imagine your surprise when you discover you are married to two women at once. An Ontario man who married in 2017, then applied to sponsor his wife to Canada encountered ...

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What Is Declaration Of Parentage?

What Is Declaration Of Parentage?

Posted June 17, 2019
What Is Declaration Of Parentage? Declaration of parentage is like adoption. It’s something that says you are the parents for your entire life. Once you have it you cannot change it. It’s a document that says that the father is the parent. It can protect a child’s rights to child support later if the couple ...
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Andrew Feldstein- Family Lawyer

Posted April 3, 2019
Andrew Feldstein- Family Law Mr. Feldstein is a 25+ year call Toronto family lawyer. Andrew Feldstein has agreed to co-counsel with ClearWay Family Lawyers on larger files that require a senior family lawyer. He also does mentorship with some of our junior lawyers. Mr. Feldstein has a passion for helping clients with complex family law ...
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Am I Entitled to Spousal Support?

Posted July 23, 2018
Am I Entitled to Spousal Support? Are you entitled to spousal support? Are you looking to speak with a family lawyer about if you are entitled to spousal support? We will fill you in on the major factors that determine if you or your spouse should receive or pay spousal support. *ClearWay Law has law ...
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Can You Force A Child To Go With The Parent?

Posted June 13, 2018
Can you force a child to go with the parent? 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 force ...
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Initial Family Law Consultations

Posted May 30, 2018
Initial Family Law Consultations If you have never seen a family law lawyer before, speaking to a family lawyer can be indimidating. It may help to ease your nerves if you know what will happen at the initial consultation. This will help you follow through with booking and attending the meeting. 1. Setting Up Initial ...
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Paternity Test During Divorce

Posted May 19, 2018
Paternity Test During Divorce Looking for a paternity test during divorce? A common topic of new clients is whether or not they should even be involved in the family law proceedings their ex has served them with. Often the subject matter is the custody, access and support of a new born or young child. While ...
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Do I Have To Share My Inheritance After Divorce?

Posted May 5, 2018
Do I Have To Share My Inheritance After Divorce? Do you have questions about inheritance and divorce? Losing a family member is never easy to deal with. Sometimes there is a silver lining in that you may receive some sort of inheritance. This happens as a gift from your loved one who has passed on. ...
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