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Can’t Communicate With Your Ex? Sole Custody May be Best for the Child

In a previous blog post, we explored the meaning of joint custody and reviewed some scenarios in which it would be the appropriate custodial situation for a child.  Joint custody gives both parents full decision-making authority and responsibility in all areas respecting the child.  Major decisions regarding the child’s health, education, and well-being are made together.  We explained …


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Jurisdictional Changes: Is the Move in the Child’s Best Interests?

The Ontario Superior Court of Justice recently rendered a decision on a motion in which the father sought an order requiring the couple’s child, Scarlet, to move from Toronto to live in the United Kingdom with him and attend a particular school in Cheltenham, England.  Scarlet’s Mom opposed the move. The Facts in Barker v. Barker …


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Spousal Support Awards – Compensatory and Non-Compensatory Claims

In a recent decision of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice (Noel v. Noel), the Court awarded spousal support to Mr. Noel, finding that he was entitled to this award on both a compensatory and non-compensatory basis. Spousal Support Awards:  Divorce Act and Guidance from the Supreme Court of Canada When making an order requiring …


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