Ontario Court Endorses Alternative to Enforcement by Sh …

December 22nd, 2015

By Michelle Stephenson Following a case in British Columbia, a recent decision of the Ontario Superior Court, Canaccede International Acquisitions Ltd. v Abdullah et al., supports an alternative process available to a judgment creditor to enforce a judgment against a debtor who owns property. The alternative, proposed by the applicant in Canaccede, is a two-step […]

 

Can I Marry Someone Else While Living Common-Law?

October 23rd, 2014

Toronto family law lawyer Sarah Falzon was recently asked the following question: “I am currently still living with my ex in a common law relationship due to financial reasons. Can I marry someone else?” Living “common law” is legally completely different from being married. When you are in a common law relationship, the relationship has […]

 

Why Personal Injury Victims Also Need A Family Law Lawy …

October 7th, 2014

Why Personal Injury Victims Also Need A Family Law Lawyer This is the Ontario Family Law Podcast, featuring issues related to marriage, separation, divorce, child custody, support, property and even some child welfare issues. It is a companion to the book The Guide to the Basics of Ontario Family Law, which is available on Amazon. […]

 

What Living Common Law Means

October 7th, 2014

Podcast #20 – What Living Common Law Means (and Doesn’t). The Ontario Family Law Podcast deals with issues related to marriage, separation, divorce and even some child welfare issues. The main host is John Schuman, a family lawyer, mediator, arbitrator and collaborative lawyer and is the partner managing the Family Law Group at Devry Smith […]


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