Articles by Ron Shulman

Ron Shulman

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

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Can My Ex Kick Me Out Of The House Family Law Toronto

Can My Ex Kick Me Out Of The House?

If you and your spouse are undergoing severe marital difficulties, there may come a time when it becomes too difficult to live under the same roof together.  A frequent question we get from […]

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Will Laws About Pets And Divorce Ever Change In Ontario?

Most pet parents treat their dogs or cats as much more than merely four-legged animal companions. According to a Canadian IPSOS-Reid study,[1] about 83 per cent of pet owners consider their pet to […]

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Are There Consequences For Refusing To Mediate Family Law Toronto

Are There Consequences For Refusing To Mediate?

For those of you who are recently separated, you may be wondering about mediation, and whether it’s a mandatory part of the legal process leading up divorce. In Ontario, the answer is “no” […]

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Can You Have Support Obligations Towards Your Unborn Child Family Law Toronto

Can I Get Child Support For An Unborn Child?

It’s not a situation that many couples plan for, but sometimes, a child is conceived at the end of a relationship. In this instance, the soon-to-be-parents may question if the father has a […]

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How long should we live together, to be common law in Ontario?

Common-law relationships are those that don’t involve any sort of formal marriage ceremony. They are established once you and your partner having been living together (or cohabiting) for a length of time. If […]

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