Boulby Weinberg

Is There Absolute Confidentiality in Mediation?

Oren Weinberg[1] | Download as PDF

Your client’s family law case has settled by minutes of settlement following a mediation.

Read More

Ontario Perspective: Road map for Family Lawyers Dealing with International Child Abduction Cases

Sarah Boulby, Oren Weinberg and Emily Murray| Download as PDF

Ontario Perspective: Road map for Family Lawyers Dealing with International Child Abduction Cases

Child abduction cases are not uncommon.

Read More

Hearing Children’s Voices in Family Court: Evidentiary Considerations When Dealing with a Child’s Out-of-Court Statements

Maria Belfon and Emily Murray| Download as PDF

The importance of considering the views and preferences of children in cases that affect them is taking on more,

Read More

Financial Literacy for Family Lawyers – Trusts in Family Law

Sarah Boulby| Download as PDF

Overview:

Trusts are a flexible tool used in all aspects of our economy. They were developed as a means of protecting and perpetuating the wealth of high income families.

Read More

High Net Worth Matters – Outcomes, Procedures & Strategy

Sarah Boulby| Download as PDF

Overview

Ontario family law has some of the most generous provisions for non-titled spouses in the world.

Read More

Family Law Considerations for Intergenerational Transfers

Sarah Boulby|Download as PDF

Family lawyers and real estate lawyers tend to act for the same clients. After all, families need homes to live in.

Read More

It Is Probably a Good Idea to Speak to a Family Lawyer When…

Oren Weinberg | Download as PDF

As lawyers, we can easily forget that it is sometimes important to pick up the phone or walk down the hall to talk to a colleague who practices in another practice area.

Read More

Spousal Support Advisory Guidelines: High Income Families

Sarah Boulby | Download as PDF

Almost a decade into the Spousal Support Advisory Guidelines (“SSAG”) era, we are coming to terms with the guidelines. Courts are using SSAG fairly routinely and thereby providing more predictability to parties although the suggested support ranges are not always met with enthusiasm by recipients or payors.

Read More

Ontario First: Inter Jurisdictional Spousal Support

Sarah Boulby | Download as PDF

Canada, and in particular, Ontario currently has some of the most generous spousal support provisions in the world for claimant spouses.

Read More

When will an Ontario court assume jurisdiction in Family Law Cases

Oren Weinberg | Download as PDF

Family lawyers are seeing an increasing number of cases in which one party challenges the court’s ability to determine a case on the basis that it lacks jurisdiction.

Read More