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Child Support for Adult Children

Date: 06 Mar, 2014

Many people may not know that child support obligations can, and often do, continue after the child reaches the age of 18. The concept of an adult child may seem like an oxymoron to some parents. They may think a child over 18 should support themselves financially. Other parents will continue to financially support their […]

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Predatory Marriage, Elder Abuse and the Court’s Power to Fix Wrongs

Date: 06 Mar, 2014

Elder abuse targets some of the most vulnerable members of Canadian society. The abuse does not have to be physical; finance abuse is also a very serious threat to seniors. When this is combined with predatory marriage, Canadian seniors face real threats to the personal safety, financial security and the legacy that they intent do […]

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Applying to Remove an Estate Trustee: Replacing Executors

Date: 06 Mar, 2014

There are a number of reasons why a party would want to remove or replace an estate trustee. In this blog post I want to canvas the important elements that the court will look at when an application for a appointment of a new trustee is brought. I will also look at some of the […]

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IS SMALL CLAIMS COURT AN OPTION IN FAMILY LAW CASES?

Date: 06 Mar, 2014

The general answer is no. The jurisdiction for dealing with Family Law matters with respect to custody, access and property rights under the Family Law Act, are solely the jurisdiction of the either the Superior Court or the Ontario Court of Justice, Family Court Division. However, common-law couples, when they separate, can use Small Claims […]

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