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Mar 26

There’s no doubt that the emergence and the response to COVID-19 has upended and shaken the lives of everyone in Ontario Institutions that we rely on through our... Read More

Mar 19

Very few things last forever When it comes to family law, spousal support following a separation or divorce might be in place for a long time, but parties involved... Read More

Mar 12

When two or more people own a property together and wish for the property to pass to the remaining owner(s) upon the death of one or more of the owners, they may... Read More

Mar 5

Relationships come in all different shapes and sizes, but when it comes to claiming spousal support, not every type of relationship will qualify as serious enough to... Read More

Feb 27

We’ve recently blogged about international divorces and how they are taken into account in the Canadian legal system A recent decision from the Ontario Superior Court... Read More

Feb 20

Limitation periods are an important part of the law, telling potential parties to an issue how long they have to make a claim, or conversely when they might be free... Read More

Feb 13

Sometimes having family willing to assist with financial help can be extremely beneficial However, we’ve often seen that if there is one thing that can drive a family... Read More

Feb 6

Regular readers of our blog might know that it’s not incredibly uncommon for people going through a separation or divorce to avoid making full financial disclosure,... Read More

Jan 31

Getting separated or divorced can be financially stressful in addition to the emotional stress that comes with it Some people might look to save money by forgoing... Read More

Jan 24

It’s not uncommon for people to wait longer than they should to write their wills An unfortunate possible result of this could be that the will is challenged due to... Read More