Child Custody and Access When parents are going through a separation or divorce, some of the most difficult decisions that need to be made are those concerning the children. Who will the children live with? Who will have custody? What happens if the parents cannot agree? Legal Aspects of Child Custody and Access Ontario […]
No “Get Out of Jail Free” Card – What NOT to do When You Owe Child Support A recent Ontario decision illustrates that courts will get tough with payor spouses who allow themselves to accumulate significant child support arrears by putting their other interests in priority to their support obligations. The facts were rather typical: […]
“If Only He’d Have Been Nice to Fluffy” Justice Pazaratz, known for the colourful writing in his family litigation rulings, begins his judgment in a particularly acrimonious custody case this way: If only he’d been nice to Fluffy. Sometimes in custody trials it’s the little things — literally — that help judges figure out what’s […]
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.
- How Base Child Support is Calculated
- Obligations to Pay Child Support Even with Undue Hardship
- How Long Does Child Support Continue in Ontario?
- Child Support in Ontario: Introduction to Child Custody