How Does Child Support Work in Ontario? There are several ways a child support agreement can be put into place. A mediator or a family lawyer who has experience in child support matters may assist the parents to come to an agreement outside of court. When child support disputes are forced to go to family court, seeking legal guidance can be a valuable resource to help navigate the difficult process. Read More >
If you’ve been terminated, should you simply accept your employer severance package? The Cohen Highley Legal Moment on AM 980 Read More >
COVID-19 Vaccination Policies for Housing Providers – Indoor Amenities The government has advised that, as of September 22, 2021, Ontarians will need to be fully vaccinated (i.e. two doses plus 14 days post-second vaccine) and will need to provide their proof of vaccination along with photo ID in order to access certain public settings and facilities. Though the text of the proposed Regulation has not … Continue reading "COVID-19 Vaccination Policies for Housing Providers – Indoor Amenities" Read More >
What First-Time Home Buyers Need To Know Buying your first home is an exciting milestone in your life. As a homebuyer, there are a number of issues that you should be aware of in order to have the process run smoothly for you. Click here to learn what you need to know before purchasing a home. Read More >
10 Things To Consider When Drafting Your Will in Ontario A will is a set of instructions that determines what happens to an individual’s belongings, assets/investments, who will look after the administration of these assets, and who will care for an individual’s children/dependents. This blog answers commonly asked questions pertaining to drafting a will. Read more. Read More >
If you were laid off due to COVID, does your employer have to hire you back? The Cohen Highley Legal Moment on AM 980 Read More >
New Forms, Rules and Guidelines for Multi-Res Landlords On September 1, 2021 the Landlord and Tenant Board (LTB) released new forms, Rules and Guidelines to correspond with amendments to the Residential Tenancies Act (RTA). Last month we described the nature of the RTA amendments and the new remedies and penalties which await landlords under the changes. A link to last month’s description of the changes … Continue reading "New Forms, Rules and Guidelines for Multi-Res Landlords" Read More >
Landlords Should Plan Today For September 1 RTA Changes RTA changes are coming September 1, 2021 but some of those changes will affect decisions that landlords are making today. For example, one new change is that landlords will be able to apply at the Landlord and Tenant Board (LTB) for a judgment for arrears of rent owed by a “former tenant” up to one … Continue reading "Landlords Should Plan Today For September 1 RTA Changes" Read More >

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