Information About Windsor Family Law Blog
Below is a preview of the five most recent posts from the blog Windsor Family Law Blog. To read these posts in their entirely or subscribe to future updates from this blog, please visit their website!
- The Family Responsibility Office: What Role Does It Play in Family Law Disputes?
Family Responsibility Office (FRO): these three words conjure up more emotion than most other three- word combinations, at least in family law circles. Few agencies are criticized as much as the FRO. If you have a minute, do a search of the Family Responsibility Office and see what you find. If you … Read more »
- Separated Couple Can’t Agree On How To Satisfy Equalization Payments
There are many considerations a couple must take into account when going through a separation or divorce. One of these is what happens to the matrimonial home. There are typically two options available to a couple. The first is for the home to be sold and the proceeds split. However, if one member o … Read more »
- Mother Seeks To Frame Criminal Defense Expenses Paid To Daughter As Section 7 Expenses
It is common knowledge that when couples with children separate or divorce there may be spousal or child support obligations from one parent to another. However, child support may not cover all of the expenses that come with raising a child. One-off, unknown, or special expenses are addressed in Ont … Read more »
- Court Asked To Award Husband With $350,000 To Fund Divorce Litigation
Litigating a separation or divorce can be costly, particularly in high-net-worth situations or if child or spousal support issues are involved. Because of this, courts in Canada are able to award what are known as interim support orders, which can be used to award child and/or spousal support to one … Read more »
- Considering the “Significance” of Non-Disclosure When Negotiating a Separation Agreement
When a couple parts ways they may choose to enter into a separation agreement, which is a written contract dealing with the division of property, assets, debts, support obligations and more. Ontario’s Family Law Act allows one party to a separation agreement (or domestic contract) to apply for it to … Read more »
We're having trouble retrieving the latest posts for this blog - please visit the blog directly to see what's new.