Family Law

Aug 16

When we discuss issues around child custody and access, it is usually in the context or parents disagreeing over those matters in the context of a separation or divorce. However, Read More

Aug 9

A marriage agreement, often referred to as a prenuptial agreement or “pre-nup” are agreements made between couples prior to their marriage. They can be an effective way to protect one Read More

Aug 1

Limitation periods play an important role in estate administration and are a critical piece of what trustees must keep in mind when caring for a person or looking after an Read More

Jul 25

When it comes to matters of child custody and access, most people might assume that only two options are available to the courts – sole or joint custody. However, the Read More

Jul 19

We have written before about the ways in which social media intersects with family and estate law. Emerging technologies continue to play an interesting role in the courts. A recent Read More

Jun 14

When someone is obligated to make child or spousal support payments, their annual income is used as one of the factors to determine how much they will have to pay Read More

Jun 7

Most people have been involved in situations where they attempt to address a seemingly simple issue, only to discover layers of complexity waiting below the surface. A recent divorce trial Read More

May 24

When parents find themselves involved in child custody and access disputes, they may find that their behaviour comes under increased scrutiny. A recent decision issued by the Ontario Court of Read More

May 13

Marriage contracts (also known as “pre-nups”) may not be the most romantic topic for couple about to get married, but they can be incredibly important for people who are looking Read More

May 3

It’s not uncommon for one parent to leave the workforce in order to work out of the home following the birth of children. While it’s great to be able to Read More