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How Can I Stop A Divorce From Happening In Ontario Family Law Toronto

How Can I Stop A Divorce From Happening In Ontario?

People seek divorces for many reasons:  People grow apart They suddenly wake up to the reality that they are no longer in love One (or both) partners has an affair One spouse abuses […]

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Strong Versus Weak Separation Agreements Family Law Toronto

Strong VS Weak Separation Agreements – What Sets The Good Ones Apart?

If you and your spouse are ending your relationship, it’s strongly recommended that you consider having a separation agreement in place. Separation agreements are written legal contracts that solidify mutual understandings of the […]

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Is My Ex Brainwashing My Child?

Common these days is the battle cry of Parental Alienation. However, also common is parents sharing things with their kids that while not appropriate, doesn’t rise to the level of parental alienation. The […]

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Should I Stay Separated Or Get Divorced Family Law Toronto

Should I Stay Separated Or Get Divorced

If you are in a marriage that isn’t working out, the decision to separate is a major one. But once a separation been set in motion, taking the next step towards a formal […]

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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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