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What is “Imputation” of Income As it Relates to Child Support and Spousal Support Obligations?

This is an article which is meant to address the rules around moving or relocating with or without your children, if you are are separated or divorced and have children who are subject to a parenting arrangement with a former partner or spouse. Under fairly recently passed legislation or laws, you you must now under new laws enacted in Ontario, give a Notice of Relocation to your former partner or spouse 60 days before your planned move.

Posted:Apr.15, 2022


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Spring is Here!

Happy Spring and Happy Norooz from all of us Toronto Family Lawyers at Separy Law PC! Spring is almost here! The snow has almost melted in Toronto and an end to the pandemic might be in sight. What a winter! For our Iranian friends and family, Norooz (Persian New Year) is almost here too on [...]

Posted:Mar.17, 2022


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Notice of Relocation: Moving or Relocating With or Without Your Children Following Separation or Divorce

This is an article which is meant to address the rules around moving or relocating with or without your children, if you are are separated or divorced and have children who are subject to a parenting arrangement with a former partner or spouse. Under fairly recently passed legislation or laws, you you must now under new laws enacted in Ontario, give a Notice of Relocation to your former partner or spouse 60 days before your planned move.

Posted:Jan.13, 2022


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Divorce Order Barriers

here are certain certain divorce order barriers to potentially overcome when applying for a divorce order in Toronto, not to mention the confusing divorce application forms. There are potential barriers or bars to obtaining a divorce order if certain conditions exist. These potential bars or barriers to divorce include collusion, connivance, condonation, and the absence of and agreement for child support or court order.

Posted:Nov.01, 2021


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COVID-19 Family Law Blog Series: The Family Law Risks of Failing to Abide by Health Canada Guidelines During COVID-19

  Health Guidelines, Child Safety and Parenting Rights   Our Toronto Custody Lawyers are getting many questions these days about the COVID-19 pandemic and the health guidelines they should follow during their parenting time with their children. Parties frequently have differing views in regards to the best way to parent a child after the breakdown [...]

Posted:Apr.30, 2020


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