Can an Invalid Foreign Marriage Still Constitute a Marriage Under Ontario Law?

Following the breakdown of a relationship, dividing the assets, property, and debt the parties acquired during the relationship is an important step in the separation process.…
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Who Gets To Keep Buddy?

Following a relationship breakdown, the separation process can be emotional and stressful. Many issues may arise, including spousal support and property division. One thing that…
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Can an Ontario Court Order Child Support Where There is a Foreign Order as Well?

Child support can be ordered by a court or contained in a separation agreement or may occur outside these formal channels. It can become more…
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Can Undue Hardship Reduce Child Support Payments?

Every parent has an obligation to support their children. Generally, the parent who spends less time with the child pays child support. It is normally…
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Do I Have to Pay More Spousal Support if My Income Increases?

Spousal support refers to payments made by one spouse to the other spouse after the couple separates or gets a divorce. It is designed to…
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Court Finds “New Foundation for Liability for Family Violence”

It is not uncommon for family law disputes to deal with a range of issues at the same time, for example, child support, spousal support…
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Do I Still Have to Pay Spousal Support if My Ex Starts a New Relationship?

Spousal support refers to payments made by one spouse to the other spouse after the couple separates or gets a divorce. It is designed to…
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Judge Issues a Warning on “Intolerance, Vilification and Dismissive Character Assassination in Family Court”

We recently reported on what can happen when parents disagree on whether their child should be vaccinated. If a custody dispute ends up in court,…
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Court Finds Home Down Payments Were Not a Gift to Payer’s Partner

Following a relationship breakdown, the separation process can be emotional and stressful. Many issues may arise, including spousal support and property division. The recent case…
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Foreign Divorce and Canadian Spousal Support

Spousal support, often referred to as alimony, refers to the money that one spouse may have to pay to the other for their financial support…
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