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The Consequences of Dying Without a Will

We’ve previously highlighted the importance of drafting a legally binding will in the Wills and Power of Attorney section of our website and in our blog on Mutual Wills.  A will gives you control over the distribution of your assets, the ability to select Estate Trustee(s), and the opportunity to address guardianship and inheritance matters with …


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A Court Cannot Order Parties to Appoint a Parenting Coordinator to Settle Disputes

Following a case conference, parties to a family law proceeding (Michelon v. Ryder) reached a comprehensive agreement on a final order.  The Court noted that the agreement was an excellent result for all involved.  However, the Court questioned its jurisdiction to include a term in the order requiring the parties to submit to secondary arbitration. …


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Imputing Income to an Intentionally Under-Employed Parent

It’s not uncommon for a parent to seek to impute income to other parent for the purposes of support calculations, especially if they suspect he or she is intentionally under-employed.  In a recent decision of the Ontario Court of Justice (Charron v. Carriere), the Court imputed income to both the father and the mother, finding that …


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