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- On Income Tax, Support Arrears, and Retroactive Support
On Income Tax, Support Arrears, and Retroactive Support Income tax time will be upon us soon enough. If you are receiving spousal support from your former spouse, you may wonder how those support payments should be treated when it comes time to file your income tax return with the Canada Revenue Ag … Read more »
- Wednesday’s Video Clip: Top 5 Questions About Spousal Support in Ontario, Canada
Wednesday’s Video Clip: Top 5 Questions About Spousal Support in Ontario, Canada In this video Russell reviews some of the more common questions about spousal support in Ontario, including: 1) What is spousal support? Spousal support — which is sometimes called “alimony” — is money paid from one spo … Read more »
- Jeff Bezos Does Not Have a Separation Agreement – But You Should!
Jeff Bezos Does Not Have a Separation Agreement – But You Should! Jeff Bezos, the 54-year-old billionaire founder of Amazon.com, and his 48-year-old wife MacKenzie Bezos have decided to divorce. The couple met in 1993, long before Jeff had even amassed his first million, and they got married six mo … Read more »
- GM Oshawa Assembly Plant Closing & Divorce
The Ghosts of GM: Past, Present and Future On November 26, 2018, the General Motors Company (GM) announced that it will cease allocating new product to its Oshawa assembly plant beyond the end of 2019. This came as a shock to the 2,500 employees who work at the Oshawa plant and the many more who dep … Read more »
- Did Wife’s Lawyer Know of Husband’s Asset? And Can Court Assume Wife Knew, Too?
Did Wife’s Lawyer Know of Husband’s Asset? And Can Court Assume Wife Knew, Too? In a family law decision called Anderson v. McWatt, the Ontario Court of Appeal addressed a narrow evidentiary point: If one party is truly unaware of a certain fact, but his or her lawyer may have known about it, can … Read more »
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