Articles by Ron Shulman

Ron Shulman

Ron Shulman is a family lawyer, and the founder of Shulman Law Firm Professional Corporation.

Why Custody Doesn't Matter Family Law Toronto

Why Custody Doesn’t Matter

When a marriage between spouses who are parents ends, ideally the focus will be on minimizing that turmoil and upheaval as it affects the child. One of the key issues arising upon separation […]

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Custody vs. Residency – Is There A Difference In Ontario?

Parents in Ontario often misunderstand the difference between “custody” and “residency”, and they may (incorrectly) use the terms interchangeably.  This is understandable, because these words have common and somewhat-similar meanings in everyday conversation. […]

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Common Law Is Not The Same As Marriage In Ontario Family Law Toronto

Common-Law Is Not The Same As Marriage In Ontario: Here’s Why That Matters

A long-term romantic partnership can take several forms. If you are in one, and it’s working well, then the differences between the various types may seem irrelevant. But if that relationship ends, the […]

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Platonic Parenting Family Law Toronto

Platonic Parenting – Could It Be Right For You?

What is “Platonic Parenting”? The concept of “platonic parenting” is a simple, yet novel, one:  It involves two people, who are not in a romantic relationship, committing to serve as the co-parents of […]

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Are We Common-Law Partners?

Marriage doesn’t hold the same significance that it used to. In fact, last year more than half of Canadians surveyed in an Angus Reid Institute poll said that getting married was “not that […]

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Special Types Of Custody Arrangements Family Law Toronto

The Different Types Of Child Custody: Special Arrangements

We recently discussed some of the basic concepts relating to child custody, including sole custody, joint custody, and shared custody, in this article. We will continue that conversation here, and examine some of […]

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