Month: December 2014

Unequal division of property: Recent case law

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In a recent decision, the Ontario Court of Appeal has upheld a trial court decision, which granted an unequal division of net family property. The parties in the case of Stetco v Stetco, 2014 ONCA 370, had been married for

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Court overturns domestic contract: Recent case law

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When a domestic contract is enforceable is the main issue in a recent case – Martin v Sansome 2014 ONCA 14 – decided by the Court of Appeal for Ontario. The parties were married for 10 years. The husband’s parents

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Pamela Cross December 6, 2014 Address: Brockville, Ontario

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We are here today to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Montreal Massacre. Twenty five years since 14 women were gunned down for no reason other than being women. Twenty five years since this country was shocked and horrified; since

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Luke’s Place Launches Map of Family Law Support Services for Abused Women in Ontario

Family law support services map

Women who have experienced partner violence and are involved in family law processes now have a new resource. Luke’s Place offers an online map of Ontario services that provide free family law support. Women can use the map to find

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