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Complex Family Law
There are several complex issues that can arise in family law cases in Ontario. These can include disputes over child custody and access, disputes over property division and spousal support, and issues related to domestic contracts and agreements.
One of the most complex issues in family law is determining the best interests of the child in child custody and access cases. This can be a challenging process, as it requires the court to consider a wide range of factors, such as the child’s relationship with each parent, the child’s emotional and physical needs, and the child’s overall well-being.
Another complex issue in family law is determining the appropriate amount of spousal support. This can be difficult because it involves balancing the needs and rights of both spouses, and because there are no set formulas or guidelines for determining the amount of support.
Another complex issue in family law is determining the appropriate division of property in cases of separation or divorce. This can be challenging because it involves valuing and dividing complex assets, such as businesses, real estate, and investments.
Overall, family law in Ontario involves a range of complex issues that can be challenging to navigate. These issues require careful consideration and legal expertise in order to reach a fair and equitable resolution.
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