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How Post-Secondary Expenses Are Shared Between Parents

How Post-Secondary Expenses Are Shared Between Parents

The High Cost of Education I have often marvelled at the fact that separated or divorced parents may be legally responsible for a large portion of their children’s post-secondary educational costs when there is no such legal obligation for parents…

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Child Abduction Toronto

Child Abduction and the Hague Convention

What happens when a parent’s worst nightmare becomes reality: the other parent has taken the child or children, without permission or consent, out of Canada and is refusing to return them? This is considered child abduction and thankfully there is…

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Steps Of Litigation

The Lowdown on Family Court

A Brief Summary of the Steps of Litigation and What You Can Expect While a quick settlement is the ideal outcome for most family law disputes, sometimes it simply is not feasible for a variety of reasons. In some circumstances…

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Amicus Curiae

The Curious Case of Amicus Curiae

Another high-conflict family law matter has been in the news recently. Similar to the other high-profile decisions we have written about, the 2015 decision of Morwald-Benevides v. Benevides, 2015 ONCJ 532, involved a custody dispute, battling litigants and an unusual…

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