What happens when your adult child starts receiving AISH payments? Are you still obligated to make child support payments? In Werenka v Werenka, 2021 ABQB 789, the parties had been separated for 12 years and were parents to two […]
The Canadian family law meets individuals and families at the most vulnerable times in their lives, including when one parent is incarcerated. This begs the question, if there is an existing child support order, and the payor parent or spouse […]
An obituary is a written announcement of a person’s death, notifying the public of the individual’s passing. It can offer an opportunity to highlight the deceased’s accomplishments, significant life moments, and provide details of the visitation, memorial, and/or funeral services.
Krebs v Cote, 2021 ONCA 467, a new case out of the Ontario Court of Appeal, sheds some light on the status of a cohabitation agreement after a couple separates and then reconciles and then separates once more.
In this […]
Being a parent is hard enough as is and struggling with mental health can make it even more challenging. Thankfully, society is moving away from the stigmatization associated with mental illness. We are finally starting to recognize the importance of […]