Co-Parenting And Back-To-School Expenses: Who Pays For What?
The new school year is fast approaching, and there may be a lot of “firsts” for some divorced parents to figure out, especially if their child is just beginning their academic career or […]
Section 7 Expenses: Some Specifics
We’ve written before about child support in Ontario, and the obligation for every parent to financially support their children. And while parents usually have a general idea about how child support is calculated, […]
How To Make A Parenting Plan That Accommodates A Young Child
Child custody is a special area of focus at Shulman Law Firm, and we always strive to resolve child custody issues quickly and strategically to minimize the negative effects that the divorce process […]
WILL YOU HAVE TO PAY SUPPORT FROM YOUR DPSP BENEFITS?
As a separating or divorcing parent, when it comes time to calculate your income for child support purposes you may have to account for many different sources, particularly if you are a corporate […]
Is Staying Together “for the Kids’ Sake” Always a Good Idea? New U.K. Data Says No.
We often hear about unhappy couples staying together to avoid upsetting their children with a divorce or separation. But a recent study out of the United Kingdom says sometimes a split is far […]
When Does Child Support Stop in Ontario?
In Ontario under the Family Law Act, R.S.O. 1990 c. F.3 (the “FLA”) there is main governing principle set out in s. 31: that every parent has an obligation – to the extent […]