Knowledge Base: Child Custody & Support

OCL Versus Section 30 Assessment Whats The Difference Family Law Toronto

OCL Versus Section 30 Assessment: What’s The Difference?

OCL stands for Office of the Children’s lawyer. The OCL is an official governmental agency that can appoint lawyers and/or clinical investigators to ascertain the views and/or best interests of children, children of […]

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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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When Appropriate, Shared Parenting Should Be The Norm

There is no such thing as a “normal divorce” – and that is a good thing. Every situation will be different because every couple is different, and family law does allow for more […]

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What Would Santa Say? Are Gifts Considered Income for Support Purposes?

It’s the season for gift-giving, but as we’ve demonstrated in a recent article about paying for presents as a co-parent,  gifts can be a source of contention if you’re separated or divorced.  And […]

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Co-Parenting Through The Holidays: Who Pays For The Kids’ Gifts

The holidays are fast approaching, and parents who still need to buy gifts for their children may be feeling more than a little bit stressed out. For separated and divorced parents, this stress […]

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