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  • Employee Seeks Inclusion Of Bonus When Terminated Without Cause

    Losing a job unexpectedly is never easy news to deal with. However, when someone loses a job and does not receive the payment in lieu of notice they expected to receive, there can be added financial stress to what is already a difficult time. In a recent decision issued by the Ontario Superior Court … Read more »

  • Father Asks Court To Disallow Mother’s Move

    One of the unfortunate realities of separation or divorce for people with children is that one of the parents may make a decision to move to a different city than the other parent. Sometimes this can be a personal choice, but it’s often the case that factors such as employment or new relationships m … Read more »

  • Failure To Add Former Partner To Benefit Plan Leads To Contempt

    There are a number of issues a couple must work through when going through a divorce or separation. Most of the time, people think of the common big issues such as spousal support, child support, child custody, and the division of property. However, sometimes there are issues that don’t necessarily … Read more »

  • Husband’s Appeals Rejected Due To Unpaid Support

    When a court issues an order related to any matter, it’s incredibly important to follow through on any obligations you may have stemming from such an order. As we see in a recent decision from the Court of Appeal for Ontario, failing to do so might not only come with financial impacts, but it could … Read more »

  • Father Must Pay S.7 Expenses, But Not Child Support

    Families who have children with special needs may find themselves in situations not commonly experienced by other families, including long-term care costs even once the child becomes an adult. In a recent decision from the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, we look at a situation where an adult chil … Read more »