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- Father Seeks More Parenting Time As Children Grow Older
Issues around child custody and access can be one of the most contentious and emotionally difficult aspects of a divorce or separation involving children. Even once an order establishes parenting rights, the issue can still pop up again years after the fact, as seen in a recent case before the Ontar … Read more »
- Court Refuses To Set Aside Separation Agreement Despite Non-Disclosure Of Assets
When a couple decides to separate there are a number of considerations they need to take into account, including the division of assets, what happens to the matrimonial home, equalization payments, and more. These can all be addressed in a separation agreement, which is a contract parties can agree … Read more »
- Parent Requests Retroactive Child Support For s.7 Expenses
Most people might think of child support as a pretty straight forward exercise. In Ontario, the amount of child support a parent must pay is determined by the Child Support Guidelines which factors in the paying parent’s income as well as the number of children of the marriage. Other factors conside … Read more »
- Mother Seeks Retroactive Child Support For Adult Child
Child support obligations are an important part of ensuring a child is properly cared for following a divorce or separation. Of course, a parent with an obligation to pay child support may not always fulfill those obligations. In situations such as this, the other parent can apply to the court to re … Read more »
- Can A Child’s Increase In Age Count As A Material Change In Circumstances?
One of the most difficult parts of divorce or separation for parents can be determining issues around child custody and access. Occasionally, parties may settle these issues upon their divorce but change their minds about what is appropriate years down the road. Such was the case in a decision recen … Read more »
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