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Child Support

Child Support and You – We Can Help

Child Support and You – We Can Help If there is one issue during divorce proceedings that tends to be more divisive than any other, it is probably custody and child support. This is not to say it is always the case of course, but it is an issue of family law that you will…
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Are All Things Equal Under The Law? What You Should Know About The Equalization Process On Separation/Divorce

Equalization Process: Are All Things Equal?

Equalization Process: Are All Things Equal Under The Law? What You Should Know About The Equalization Process On Separation/Divorce. The concept of “equal” actually takes on several meanings depending on the context, subject matter, and whether or not you are actually referring to equity-based efforts. In the dictionary, “equal” means, “being the same in quantity,…
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What You Should Know About Cohabitation Agreements

What You Should Know About Cohabitation Agreements

In an increasingly diverse world the expectations of couples engaged in a meaningful relationship with one another have changed significantly. Marriage is often no longer the first thing that comes to mind when people realize they are serious and are exploring options that include living together. One partner, or both, may opt for what they…
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Family Lawyer

What To Look For In A Family Lawyer

What To Look For In A Family Lawyer At some point in our lives, it’s almost a certainty that we will need a lawyer. Such a requirement may arise from happy occasions such as the purchase or sale of a home, or for more emotional reasons including separation, divorce and/or parenting proceedings. In any case,…
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Pet Custody

Pet Custody in Ontario

Who Gets Custody of the Family Pet When A Breakup Occurs? The touchy topic of “Pet Custody in Ontario” The truth is there’s no such thing as a “custody” battle when it comes to pets in Ontario. That’s because pets are not considered to be a part of the family unit, even if we treat…
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