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- Can Parents Get Private School Tuition Back Due to COVID-19?
Ontario students have been out of school for almost two months. Parents of children in the public school system have been struggling with helping their children through lessons at home with what many of them feel is inadequate support, especially for children with special learning needs. Parent wit … Read more »
- The COVID19-Family Law Property SCAM That Can Cost Spouses Hundreds of Thousands
Even during this pandemic, there are some separated or separating spouses who are trying to take advantage of the situation, and the operation of Part 1 of Ontario’s Family Law Act, to try to get ALL of their ex’s wealth. It is important for married spouses to understand how that can happen, so they … Read more »
- How COVID19 Affects Child Support and Spousal Support
The Corona Virus has had a previously unimaginable impact on our economy and the incomes of many Canadian. COVID19 has put many people out of work, reduced the incomes of many others and completely shut down some businesses, leaving the owners with no money at all. What does that mean for child sup … Read more »
- Does COVIT-19 Mean You Legally Can Stop Your Ex From Seeing the Kids
The corona virus crisis is having a profound impact on every aspect of our society. With all the significant changes in the way that everyone is living every aspect of everyday life, and all the new public health requirements, separated parents are having questions about whether they should continu … Read more »
- How To Resolve Your Disagreements Over Parenting, Separation and Divorce While the Courts Are Closed Due to the Corona Virus
Corona Virus has had a devastating impact around the world. Governments have taken action in response. One of those actions is to close the Ontario Courts and only allow access to litigants in the most desperate of situations. Separation and divorce can also present difficult circumstances for pa … Read more »