Estate and Son of Deceased Argue About Whether Land Was Give

For many young couples, having parents who are able to help with the purchase of a first home can be an extremely helpful way to…
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How A Parent’s Move Can Impact Access Schedules

For parents who are divorced or separated, the start of the school year can bring with it conflict in a relationship that is otherwise free…
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Financial Urgency During COVID-19

We have blogged in the past about the approach courts have been taking during COVID-19 to determine if a family law matter is urgent enough…
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COVID-19 Is No Excuse On Failure To Act In Estate Dispute

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt by everyone, and in many areas of life, people and organizations have received leniency in some of the…
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International Abduction When The Hague Convention Does Not Apply

Despite how large the world can be (even with technology making it seem smaller every day ) countries still demonstrate ways to work together for…
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Father Disputes Ownership Of Property With Children

The division of family property can be a contentious issue, especially if one party believes they have not received a fair share of the property…
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Executor Warns Of Risks Associated With Role

We’ve blogged on a number of occasions about the responsibility that comes with accepting the role of executor in an estate. An executor is responsible…
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Can A Motion To Terminate Spousal Support Be Considered Urgent?

We’ve spent a lot of time discussing COVID-19’s impact on family law over the last few months. With the courts only hearing matters deemed urgent,…
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Husband Lays Out A Slew Of Material Changes In Circumstance, But Court Doesn’t Buy It

The obligation to pay spousal support can be a tough pill to swallow for some, and despite the legal requirements to pay it, some people…
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Questions Arise Over Who Manages Inheritance For Minor Upon Father’s Death

Having a will is one of the most important things a person can do in order to prepare their estate in the event of their…
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