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- Common Signs That Your Spouse Or Partner Struggles With Narcissistic Tendencies
What Is Narcissism? ‘Narcissism’ has become somewhat of a catch-all vogue term casually thrown around, particularly in the realm of family law. In our social-media frenzied culture where we all have degrees in Googling and Wikipedia, it has become a popular adjective to describe an ex, while the act … Read more »
- Navigating Family Day: The Role of Grandparents and Extended Family in Children’s Lives
Family Day is a time to celebrate and cherish the bonds that make our lives richer. For many, this includes the unique relationships children have with their grandparents and extended family members. In family law, recognizing the importance of these relationships is crucial, as they can significant … Read more »
- Ontario Superior Court’s Decision on Unsupervised Parenting Time: A Controversial Ruling?
In a ruling that stirs debate about balancing child safety and parental rights, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice granted unsupervised parenting time to Christopher Hunt, a father previously convicted of assaulting his daughter. This decision, stemming from the case Hunt v. Hunt (2023 ONSC 5411) … Read more »
- Equalization of Property during a Divorce: How Does it Work in Ontario?
What You Should Know about the Equalization of Property in a Divorce We spoke with Claire McDowell, a family lawyer with Gelman & Associates, about what you should know about the equalization of property in a divorce. Please note that this article is intended as an overview on a subject in family la … Read more »
- Discussing Child Access and Safety Planning During Domestic Violence Cases in Ontario
Safety Planning for Survivors of Domestic Violence We asked Evan Clemence, family lawyer at Gelman & Associates, some commonly asked questions about safety planning for survivors of domestic violence in Ontario. Please be advised that these answers are not intended as legal advice, but rather as an … Read more »