Adultery And Affairs The only ground for divorce in Canada is the breakdown of a marriage. This can be proven in three ways: (1) The spouses have lived separate and apart for one year (no fault); (2) The spouse against whom the divorce proceeding is brought has committed adultery (at fault); (3) The spouse against […]
This was the preliminary question for the court in a recent Ontario decision called Leung v. Shanks. The court was asked to do a threshold “screening” of the potential legal viability of a woman’s lawsuit against the mistress of her common-law husband, and against the fertility clinic where the mistress worked, and where the wife […]
A separation occurs when one or both spouses decide to live apart with the intention of not living together again. Here is a list of 10 things you should consider.
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. This blog discusses 10 things should should consider about divorce.
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