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- Court Addresses Whether Hidden Assets Constitute Are Significant Enough To Alter Separation Agreement
Separation agreements exist to provide parties involved in a separation or divorce with a clear understanding of considerations such as what happens to the matrimonial home, how assets are divided, equalization payments, and more. However, there can be instances where one party may want to revisit a … Read more »
- Court Is Asked To Determine Whether 22-Year-Old College Student Can Receive Child Support
Divorces and separations can become more difficult when there are children involved. Of course, there’s the emotional stress that are involved in such cases, but children can also cause additional financial issues to arise, particularly those involving child support. Typically, a child-support payin … Read more »
- Court Considers Non-Urgent Sale Of Family Home
The matrimonial home is often one of the most valuable assets a family has. What happens to it after a divorce or separation can sometimes be a cause of conflict. In most circumstances the matrimonial home will be sold to a third party, or one party will buy out the other party’s interest in the […] … Read more »
- Spouse Tries To Establish Joint Family Venture After Supporting Athlete Partner
It’s not uncommon for the burden of household work to fall to one party in a relationship. This can sometimes be because of work schedules, or it could be because only one party works outside of the home. In other instances, like those seen in a recent decision from the Court of Appeal of Alberta, [ … Read more »
- Allegations Of Mental Abuse During Divorce
Mental cruelty can leave just as much damage on a victim as physical cruelty. However, a recent decision from the Ontario Court of Appeal highlights some of the challenges faced by the family law system involving cases of mental cruelty, particularly in how the courts address it in applications for … Read more »
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