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 […]
Health Canada has approved the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for children and teens aged 12 – 18. This is viewed by many as a positive indication of a return to pre-pandemic life. However, in some cases, it poses another […]
It is not often that the Supreme Court of Canada considers a family law case, which is why it has been surprising to see not one, but four family law cases currently under consideration in the nation’s highest court. The […]
In Canada, child support is determined by looking at both parties’ total income for the year, so it is crucial to have an accurate accounting of what each person makes. Occasionally, self-employed individuals will attempt to obscure their total income […]
While “shared parenting” sounds like it refers to a 50/50 split in parenting time, it is actually any parenting arrangement where neither party has the child or children for less than 40% of the time (i.e., a 40/60 split is […]
Nova Scotia father Joseph Power was recently sentenced to four and a half years in prison for violating court orders regarding child support. Power owes at least $250,000 in child support to his ex-wife Angela Power.
Nova Scotia Supreme […]