Monthly Archives: February 2023
Do I Have To Go To Court To Modify Child Support In Ontario?
Depending on their children’s ages when the court’s order is entered, some parents could be paying child support for up to two decades as their kids grow up and reach adulthood. As you might expect, a lot can change over this period. For this reason, the Ontario Child Support Guidelines allow for variation of… Read More »
Constructive Trusts Protect Assets In Common Law Marriage
Whether couples choose to get married through traditional, official channels or not, they will accumulate assets during the course of their relationship. They may acquire the home they share, other real estate, personal property, household goods, and much more. If the relationship breaks down, however, the distinction between married spouses and cohabiting partners becomes… Read More »
How Do I Get A US Green Card Through Employment?
Applying for and obtaining a Green Card enables you to live and work permanently in the US, and it is a path to American citizenship for those who qualify. However, there are different requirements for a Permanent Resident Card under rules established by the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). The steps will vary… Read More »
Mistakes People Make When Creating An Ontario Parenting Agreement
Parents have legal rights and responsibilities with respect to minor children despite the breakdown of the marriage, so child custody and visitation will come up in Ontario divorce proceedings. Fortunately, you will not necessarily be subjected to rigid, unworkable legal standards when addressing these important issues. The Canada Divorce Act encourages parents to create… Read More »