Family Law

How Does Spousal Support Work in Ontario? Spousal support is a form of payment made from one spouse to another at the end of their relationship. There are many nuances to consider when spousal support payments are calculated and a family lawyer can help with this. Read More >
At what point are two people considered to be common law partners? The Cohen Highley Legal Moment on 980 CFPL Read More >
If a common law relationship breaks down, are there equal property rights to the family home? The Cohen Highley Legal Moment on 980 CFPL Read More >
A Guide to Domestic Contracts A domestic contract is a general term for a written agreement made between two people who are cohabiting in or cohabited in a marriage-like relationship. The gender of the couple is irrelevant. They generally address financial matters and the couple’s ownership of property, but they can address additional matters depending on the circumstances. Read More >
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How does collaborative family law differ from traditional family law negotiation? The Cohen Highley Legal Moment on FRESH RADIO Read More >
How does collaborative family law differ from mediation? The Cohen Highley Legal Moment on FRESH RADIO Read More >
What is collaborative law? The Cohen Highley Legal Moment on FRESH RADIO Read More >

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