You have decided to separate - now what?
Deciding to separate is tough. Here are some tips from Connect Family Law's co-founder Leisha Murphy on what to do when it happens, including getting a support team together and getting your self-help on.
Calculating child support should be easy. Take a spouse’s income, the number of children, and the Federal Child Support Guidelines produce a number. But when a spouse earns income through a company he or she controls, things get complicated.
The Ontario Court of Appeal has held that couples who maintain their own residences may still be considered cohabitating and therefore spouses under the law. In other words, you don't have to actual live together to be cohabiting.
During COVID-19 we have learned that we can do a better job of caring for and protecting our elderly. From the conditions of some care facilities to devastating loneliness to situations of elder abuse hidden away, we can no longer turn a blind eye.
In a rare decision, the Supreme Court of Canada comments on child support issues and whether a parent can seek retroactive support even when the child is grown and supporting himself
A father asked a court to let his 17-year-old daughter testify about her mother's bad behaviour in an attempt to lessen the amount of spousal support he had to pay.