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Office of the Children’s Lawyer

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The Office of the Children's Lawyer is a law office within the Ministry of the Attorney General that delivers programs in the administration of justice on behalf of children under the age of 18 with respect to their pers...

The Role of the Family Responsibility Office

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Where support arrangements are set out in a separation agreement that is filed with the court or in a court order, the court will automatically file the order or agreement with the Family Responsibility Office and your s...

Your Future Pension Predicament

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For those going through separation and divorce, there are new rules that came into effect on January 1, 2012, in Ontario. The changes have to do with how pensions are to be valuated for the purpose of being divided betwe...

Non-Recurring Income

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Upon the dissolution of a relationship the issue of support commonly arises and often separating parties require that this matter be resolved at the earliest possible time so that the parties can continue covering their ...

Travel Consent Letters

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These letters are required whenever a child under 18 is travelling internationally either by themselves, or without all of their parents or guardians. A child must have a letter from each of their custodial guardians. ...

Spousal Support Entitlement

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Julie Tyas, an associate at Devry Smith Frank LLP discusses the common question of Spousal Support Entitlement. Devry Smith Frank LLP....

Amendments to the Federal Child Support Guidelines

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It was just announced by the Department of Justice that effective December 31, 2011; changes will be made to the Federal Child Support Guideline Tables as a result of amendments to the Federal Child Support Guidelines. ...

Separation Agreements

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A separation agreement is a private contract made between separating spouses in an effort to resolve issues of family or joint property, support and childcare responsibilities. Both married and common law couples can neg...

Retroactive Child Support

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Retroactive child support is when the payor, fails to pay child support or fails to pay the proper amount, to the custodial parent or the parent with whom the child or children reside with on a full time basis. Felds...

Personal Loans and Family Law

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Personal Loans acquired from family members during a marriage often pose a problem upon separation because one spouse frequently denies having taken the loan from the other spouse’s family. In the alternative, one spous...

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