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  • Parenting Terms in 2024

    Below are some basic parenting terms and arrangements that we see every day. Although we no longer use the word “custody” to describe whose care the child is in, the term custody is used in this blog for ease of reference. Primary Care (one parent has physical custody) Primary care is when the child … Read more »

  • The Voice of the Child in Family Law Proceedings

    Navigating through the emotional complexities of separation, particularly when children are involved, can be difficult. Decisions regarding parenting time and decision-making responsibilities can be highly contentious and have a significant impact on the children involved. In recognizing the unique … Read more »

  • Am I the Legal Parent of my Partner’s Child? Do I Have Any Obligations to Them?

    An individual is considered the legal parent of a child if they stand in loco parentis to the child. The term in loco parentis is a Latin term which means “in the place of a parent. A person, such as a step-parent, stands in the place of a parent when they act in a way that shows a settled intention … Read more »

  • The Tort of Family Violence in Canada

    The widespread prevalence of family violence in Canada is recognized by both the judiciary and the legislature as a significant problem. However, how Canadian family courts deal with violence has been the subject of debate in recent years. In the case of Ahluwalia v Ahluwalia, 2022 ONSC 1303, the Su … Read more »

  • 3 Ways Social Media Can Impact Your Personal Injury Case

    The adage goes, a picture is worth a thousand words. This rings true even when navigating a personal injury case, as you never know who is following your online activity. Here are three ways that opposing council may be using your own content against you: 1. Deviation from treatment plan  Opposing c … Read more »