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- Court Asked To Determine Whether $28,000 Per Month Is Appropriate For Temporary Spousal Support
Separations and divorces are stressful, and can sometimes take years to reach resolution. Since parties involved in a relationship may have different levels of income, courts can award temporary support orders aimed to help the couple maintain, as much as possible, their pre-separation lifestyle whi … Read more »
- Judge Is Not Impressed With Husband’s Inconsistencies Regarding His Finances
We’ve blogged recently about the importance of complying with occur orders and the consequences that can fall on those who choose to ignore doing so. A recent case before Ontario’s Superior Court of Justice revisits this theme, this time with a husband who refused to pay child support while also inv … Read more »
- Supreme Court of Canada Weighs in on “Habitual Residence” Question
The Supreme Court of Canada didn’t yet the year come to a close without issuing an important decision in family law. The abduction of children by parents is a devastating occurrence. When abductions happen within Canada’s borders, our own law enforcement and courts have the jurisdiction to deal with … Read more »
- Do Criminal Defense Costs Qualify As S. 7 Expenses?
Raising children is not inexpensive. Parents who are divorced or separated often have to share the cost of raising their children, such as through child support payments when only one parent has custody of a child. Child support is supposed to cover everyday costs, but special expenses are a part of … Read more »
- Can Bad Litigation Conduct Amount To Family Violence?
Even an amicable divorce or separation can be stressful for everyone involved. Unfortunately, not all family law issues are settled in an amicable matter. It is not uncommon for courts to hear of situations where one party in a family law matter fails to cooperate with the courts and others involved … Read more »
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