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  • Trick or Treat Tips for Divorced Parents

    Although Halloween is not considered a “major” holiday, many young children get quite excited to go trick-or-treating with mom and dad.  If you share custody of your children, holidays can be stressful, especially if there is no Order or Agreement that divides the holiday, or if your children are no … Read more »

  • Who Inherits Assets When There is No Will in Ontario?

    If you die without a Will, the law states that you have technically died “intestate,” meaning that you have left no instructions as to how you would like your property to be divided and distributed.  In these circumstances, the Succession Law Reform Act governs how your property will be distributed … Read more »

  • Divorced Parents Disagrees About the COVID-19 Vaccine

    There is a lot of disagreement about vaccination for children and the argument between the parents with differing views is not new. Saskatoon Court has recently ruled that the 13-year-old child of divorced parents should be vaccinated against COVID-19, despite legal opposition from the girl’s mother … Read more »

  • Explained: Child Custody & Access For Men

    “Access” is the legal term for the right of the child and parent to spend time together. Although they may not have a role in making decisions, a parent with access has the right to receive information about the child’s education, health and well-being.  Usually, a biological or adoptive parent will … Read more »

  • Are Divorce Files Public Records in Ontario?

    When it comes to divorce records, Ontario presumes that all civil and family litigation matters are public.  The only way to seal a court file and take it out of public eyes requires an Order under section 137(2) of the Courts of Justice Act. This only needs to be submitted by a single party and […] … Read more »