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The Effect of Early Retirement on a Support Payor’s Obligation to Pay Spousal Support

Can a former spouse retire early on a full pension when he or she is still able to work and earn an income, and then terminate or change the amount of spousal support being paid to his or her former spouse? Ontario case law suggests otherwise.

The recent Ontario Court of Appeal decision, Hickey v. […]

Access to Grandchildren: A Grandparent’s Biggest Wish and the Chapman Decision

I love watching my boys participate in pretty much anything, including, sports, play, board games, concerts etc. I think about how old I’ll be when they might have kids and then I just wonder – will I be around long enough to be able to sit by the boards and watch a granddaughter or […]

Ontario Superior Court Awards an Access Parent $25,000 in Costs against a Custodial Parent for Unreasonably Terminating Access

Wow – $25,000 was the amount that a custodial parent was ordered to pay to an access parent in costs for inappropriately terminating access. The case, Hussain v. Alam, 2013 ONSC 2250 (CanLII), is an excellent example of a Court applying the objectives to costs in family law matters. It also demonstrates the effective […]

3 Power of Attorney Basics – How To Be The Best Attorney!

This week, I was reminded, once again, of some basic considerations for those trying to help their parents when they can’t help themselves:

1. Make sure your parents have prepared and signed a Continuing Power of Attorney for Property (CPOA);

2. Make sure the witnesses to the CPOA are not prohibited witnesses; and

2. Make sure you […]