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Contempt of Court for Breaching Access Orders

In a recent case, an Ontario court heard a father’s motions to find the mother in contempt of court for failing to facilitate access in accordance with court orders. In considering the motions, the court had to consider the interesting question of when, and in what circumstances, it would be appropriate to find a party …


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Facebook Posts Challenge Father’s Credibility

One of the lessons people are learning about social media is that even if people think their content is private, it never really is. Publishing written content or photos/videos on platforms such as Facebook or Instagram can come back to haunt people both socially, and as we see in a recent case from the Ontario …


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Husband Seeks To Cease Spousal Support Upon Retirement

The obligation to pay spousal support is not always one that is easily accepted by the paying party. In fact, we’ve covered many situations in our blog where the paying party has tried to escape this obligation through means such as early retirement or underemployment. As a result, even if someone is legitimately expecting to …


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