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Many people who have an obligation to pay spousal support are shocked to learn that there is no guarantee that support payments will be terminated, or even reduced, once they retire. Family lawyer Laura Paris shares with Newstalk 1010 listeners why spousal support does not automatically end after retirement.
Most people are familiar with a pre-nup, but that document can't help couples who are already married. However, a post-nup can be signed months or even years after a wedding. Family lawyer Rick Peticca weighs in on the value of a post-nup, and helps couples understand what they should consider before signing one.
Laura Paris of Shulman Law Firm speaks with CP24's Jackie Crandles about the importance of the CP24 CHUM Christmas Wish, and the firm's continued involvement with this extraordinary charity.
Prenups are designed to help couples understand exactly what will happen if their marriage ends. But can someone challenge their prenup after they've broken up? Rick Peticca shares some interesting information about the strength of prenups with Newstalk 1010 listeners.
A former client is suing multiple lawyers for professional negligence. Diana Isaac of Shulman Law Firm says that unfortunately, a lot of negligence issues stem from something as simple as a lack of communication, or a miscommunication. Read more about this case, and Diana's take on it, here.
Income usually drops once a person stops working, and this causes some ex-spouses to seek a change to their spousal agreement. But, altering spousal support isn’t just done on a whim, says family lawyer Diana Isaac, and this can be a particularly hard truth for wealthy or famous individuals who have recently retired.