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  • Is It Possible to Get a Divorce Without The Consent of My Spouse?

    Originally Published: July, 2022.  Updated: January 2024. For most, divorce is an unsettling process that requires many difficult conversations with your spouseIn many cases, it may be difficult to get that spouse’s consent to a divorce. So, is it possible to get a divorce without the consent of my … Read more »

  • Employees vs. Independent Contractors in Ontario: What you need to know

    Employers in Ontario are faced with a decision to make: hire employees or independent contractors. There are benefits and challenges to each; however, from a legal perspective, there are important distinctions that may have lasting effects on your business. The classification of employee vs. contrac … Read more »

  • How long can debt be collected in Ontario?

    With the cost of living on the rise, there are more individuals facing debt and debt collectors. You may be wondering if your debt can expire. The answer is not exactly. It is important to know your rights and responsibilities regarding debt collection in Ontario to protect yourself and dispute clai … Read more »

  • How long can an uncontested divorce in Ontario take?

    In Ontario, many couples explore the option of an uncontested divorce as a more amicable and efficient way to dissolve their marriage. The timeline for an uncontested divorce in Ontario can vary, but it usually (post pandemic) takes between 5 to 7 months from the filing of the divorce application to … Read more »

  • When can a civil case lead to criminal charges

    While family matters primarily fall under the jurisdiction of civil law, there are instances where a case can unexpectedly take a criminal turn. In this article, we’ll explore the circumstances under which a civil case may lead to criminal charges and shed light on the complexities that families may … Read more »