The Office of the Children’s Lawyer or “OCL” represents children in active court proceedings in the Superior Court of Justice and the Ontario Court of Justice who are under the age of eighteen in cases involving issues such as custody, access and child protection. A parent, family member, interested third party or the Court may… Read More »
A matrimonial home is defined at section 18(1) of the Family Law Act as “every Property in which a person has an interest and that is or, if the spouses have separated, was at the time of separation ordinarily occupied by the person and his or her spouse as their family residence”. It is important… Read More »
Ontarians are privileged to have an excellent system of Justice when it comes to criminal Law, family Law and child protection. It should be thus. And although many cases seem slow and ponderous, the full weight of the law is applied to these cases involving tragic personal circumstances.
If you are involved in an auto collision it is important to act fast. Here are six things that you should do immediately after you have been involved in a car accident.
Thinking of suing a doctor? – think twice! Here are eight things not to do when you strongly believe you are the victim of substandard medical care in Canada.
What should come as no surprise to “normal folk” came as quite a shock to the legal profession and legal observers this past November.