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Common Myths About Common Law: Creating a Cohabitation Agreement in Ontario

Not every partnership turns into a marriage. There are plenty of couples who, for a variety of reasons, choose to live together without getting married. […]

Custody Arrangements: Can a Child Choose Which Parent to Live With?

Perhaps the biggest decision to be made during divorce proceedings is where the children will live. In the past, custody usually went to the mother […]

Have You Been Served? How a Family Court Lawyer Can Help

Jul 4, 2018
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Here’s the situation: You’ve been served with divorce papers and you need to prepare a response. You have only thirty days to respond or you […]

Affordable Divorce is Possible: Save Time and Money By Being Prepared

Jun 27, 2018
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The emotional cost of a divorce is immeasurable. Even if the split is amicable, it’s still a major change in your life and the effects […]

You’ve Asked For a Divorce. What Happens Next?

May 10, 2018
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The decision to end your marriage is not an easy one, and the process of getting divorced isn’t a cakewalk either. However, you can make […]

Child Support Payments Disqualified From Bankruptcy

Accrued debt can be overwhelming to the point where payments exceed the amount of income a person earns. When making payments becomes insurmountable, bankruptcy may […]

Cohabitation May Affect How Soon a Couple Can Divorce

Mar 15, 2018
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When a marriage is failing, most couples know that the end is near and that divorce is an inevitable eventuality. There are cases, however, when […]

Recalculating Spousal Support after an Ex’s Salary Increase

When the dust settles following a divorce, most issues of property and financial matters are generally finalized and will not be revisited by either party […]

Child Support Guidelines and New Living Arrangements

As a rule of thumb, children are entitled to support payments as an established legal right. Though payments are typically disbursed to a custodial parent, […]

The Effects of Insolvency on Spousal Support

Divorce is more than the legal separation of two people and the dissolution of the bonds of marriage. In most cases, divorce proceedings also encompass […]

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