Boulby Weinberg

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.

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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.

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Connecting judges in a connected world

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Parenting disputes are particularly complicated when families have ties to multiple jurisdictions. A fairly straightforward dispute about custody or a parenting schedule may be exacerbated by  a battle about which court has authority to determine the children’s fate.

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Court of Appeal affirms Mobility for Pregnant Women

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If a pregnant woman moves to another jurisdiction before the birth of the child, is that analogous to child abduction? The Ontario Court of Appeal has rejected this argument in Dovigi v.

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Homing in on residency requirements

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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.

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