Is It Possible To Co-Parent With An Addict?

Is It Possible To Co-Parent With An Addict Family Law Toronto

The question of whether one can co-parent with an addict covers much breadth. So much depends on the nature, extent and substance/behaviour of the addiction. Also, to be factored in is the age […]

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When Criminal Law And Family Law Intersect

When Criminal Law And Family Law Intersect Toronto

There is no doubt that family law disputes between parents can be acrimonious. Sometimes – usually around separation or soon after – tempers flare to the point where one parent assaults or threatens […]

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Fighting For Sole Custody – Is It Worth It?

Fighting For Sole Custody Family Law Toronto

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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Why Custody Doesn’t Matter

Why Custody Doesn't Matter Family Law Toronto

When a marriage between spouses who are parents ends, ideally the focus will be on minimizing that turmoil and upheaval as it affects the child. One of the key issues arising upon separation […]

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Custody vs. Residency – Is There A Difference In Ontario?

Parents in Ontario often misunderstand the difference between “custody” and “residency”, and they may (incorrectly) use the terms interchangeably.  This is understandable, because these words have common and somewhat-similar meanings in everyday conversation. […]

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