Spousal Support & Alimony

Familyllb’s 5 Most Popular Blogs of 2010

Familyllb’s 5 Most Popular Blog Postings for 2010

Familyllb was viewed approximately 2700 times in 2010. There were 23 new posts and our archive has grown by over 50%.

Here are our top 5 blog posts for 2010:

# 5 

5 Steps to Dividing Family Property

In Canada, the Divorce Act does not deal with sharing your property or debts. Each province and territory has its own law that sets out the rules for dividing the property and debts you and your spouse have.  Learn more at … http://bit.ly/eeGSpi

# 4 

10 Things To Consider When Divorced Parents Start Dating Again

Children have mixed emotions about their parents’ new relationships. Depending upon their age, they may feel betrayal, jealousy, anger, confusion and even guilt.  Children in these families will need plenty of opportunities to express their confusion and feelings.  It is important that new partners respect the space that these children need and treat children as individuals in their own right.  Learn more at … http://bit.ly/i1eZZD

# 3

10 Things You Should Know About Divorce

A separation occurs when one or both spouses decide to live apart with the intention of not living together again. Once you are separated, you may need to discuss custody, access and child support with your spouse. You may also need to work out issues dealing with spousal support and property. You can resolve these issues in different ways.  Learn more at … http://bit.ly/fZkHpd

# 2 

10 Things You Should Know About Child Support

All dependent children have a legal right to be financially supported by their parents. When parents live together with their children, they support the children together. Parents who do not live together often have an arrangement in which a child lives most of the time with one parent.

The parent with custody has the main responsibility for the day-to-day care of the child and has most of the ordinary expenses of raising the child. The other parent should help with those expenses by paying money to the parent with custody. This is called child support.  Learn more at … http://bit.ly/fl5g3M

# 1

15 Best Quips by Justice Quinn in Bruni v. Bruni

The Ontario Superior Court of Justice released the 2010 decision of Justice Quinn in the case of Catherine Bruni v. Larry Bruni on November 29, 2010.  In decision filled with wry quips and comments by Justice Quinn, the court awards, amongst other things, monthly spousal support in the amount of one dollar.  Read our review of Jusitce Quinn’s quips at … http://bit.ly/fS4fmx

Those were our top 5 posts for 2010. Thank you to everyone who visited our blog and for your comments and support throughout the year. We hope you have found the information we have provided useful and informative.

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Russell Alexander

Russell Alexander is the founder of Russell Alexander Collaborative Family Lawyers and is the firm’s senior partner. At Russell Alexander, our focus is exclusively family law, offering pre-separation legal advice and assisting clients with family related issues, including: custody and access, separation agreements, child and spousal support, division of family property, paternity disputes, and enforcement of court orders. We have locations in Toronto, Markham, Whitby (Brooklin), Oshawa, Concord, Lindsay, and Peterborough.

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