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  • Spousal Support and Changing Your Spousal Support Order

    When a marriage ends, a spouse may be entitled to spousal support. This is mainly because, in Ontario, the law views a spousal relationship similar to a financial partnership.   What is spousal support?   Spousal support is the amount of money that one partner pays to another partner after a separat … Read more »

  • All You Need To Know About Inheritances and Gifts in Family Law

    Among the many issues to be addressed in any divorce process is the division of the couple’s belongings or in technical words, the distribution of the marital property. But what exactly is marital property, and what does it has to do with my divorce? When a marriage ends, each person’s equal contrib … Read more »

  • Privacy Issues That Commonly Arise At Your Workplace

    Privacy Issues That Commonly Arise At Your Workplace There are several privacy rights that exist in the workplace. Read on to find out what they are, and how you are protected if they are breached. Governing Law Employees have a right to privacy when it comes to their employers, but there are certai … Read more »

  • What is Parental Alienation and How Does It Affect Child Custody?

    What is Parental Alienation and How Does It Affect Child Custody? Does your child shy away from you? Do they call you names and use vocabulary that you find suspicious? They may be exhibiting signs of parental alienation. What is Parental Alienation? Parental alienation results when one parent’s act … Read more »

  • The 20th Year of Marriage and Indefinite Spousal Support Obligation

    The 20th Year of Marriage and Indefinite Spousal Support Obligation At the dissolution of a marriage or common-law relationship, there is normally one partner who will be making less than the other. Spousal support payments are paid from the higher-earning partner to the lower-earning partner after … Read more »