Knowledge Base: Child Custody & Support

Learning at Home Between Separated Parents

As if facilitating learning at home learning isn’t a challenge enough. You may have several children at different academic levels with perhaps different learning needs and at the same time, you may be […]

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Police Enforcement of Court Orders: Is it Necessary?

The Canadian judicial system is founded on the premise that court orders are meant to be followed to the letter.  But realistically this does not always happen, especially in Family Law matters where […]

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Co-Parenting with a Front Line Worker

The COVID-19 pandemic has made life challenging for just about everyone, but in particular parents of children who are separated or divorced. Schools and non-essential businesses have temporarily closed, individuals are working remotely […]

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COVID-19 and Support Issues

As many people are being laid off from their jobs, or being forced to take time off work to care for their children, it is inevitable that individuals will begin facing financial pressures […]

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Fighting For Sole Custody Family Law Toronto

Fighting For Sole Custody – Is It Worth It?

Before fighting for something, it is important to understand what you are fighting for. From this perspective, “custody” is often a misunderstood term. Custody refers to decision-making authority. When parents share in decision-making […]

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Arrears Vs Retroactive Support Is There A Difference Family Law Toronto

Arrears Vs. Retroactive Support. Is There A Difference?

The concept of child support is generally straightforward: When parents separate or divorce, child support is paid from one parent to the other, to contribute financially to the child’s care, needs, upbringing and […]

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