Knowledge Base: Child Custody & Support

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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How Do I End My Obligation To Pay Child Support Family Law Toronto

How Do I End My Obligation To Pay Child Support?

Child support can be a complex family law issue. The obligation for a parent to financially support their child does eventually come to an end, however, determining when that obligation ends isn’t always […]

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The Different Types Of Child Custody Family Law Toronto

The Different Types Of Child Custody: The Basics

Child custody can be a loaded subject, so let’s start with the basics. Because there is more than one form of custody, parents sometimes get confused about what the different terms really mean. […]

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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 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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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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