Family

Court of Appeal declines to apply common law reconciliation rule to void a cohabitation agreement

Court of Appeal declines to apply common law reconciliation rule to void a cohabitation agreement

Cohabitation agreement can benefit from specific provisos on separation, reconciliation: judge

‘Do not fuel the flame:’ serving family law clients struggling financially due to COVID lockdowns

‘Do not fuel the flame:’ serving family law clients struggling financially due to COVID lockdowns

Lawyer and mediator Nathalie Boutet on helping families in an unpredictable economy

Child not required to get along with parent to receive support under Divorce Act

Child not required to get along with parent to receive support under Divorce Act

Court considers whether father had to contribute school expenses to 18-year-old daughter

Divorce Act changes ‘a boon’ for collaborative law practice, say family lawyers

Divorce Act changes ‘a boon’ for collaborative law practice, say family lawyers

New provision places duty on parties to try and resolve issues out of court

Vaccinations, the next frontier for family law disputes, says lawyer

Vaccinations, the next frontier for family law disputes, says lawyer

Family lawyer Russell Alexander has seen a 30-per-cent growth in legal matters during COVID

Superior Court ruling strikes a balance between online and in-person learning

Superior Court ruling strikes a balance between online and in-person learning

Court condoned mother’s enrolling child in school without father’s consent