This post discusses a recent Nova Scotia Supreme Court case which the custodial parent sought permission to relocate from Nova Scotia to British Columbia.
This post discusses a recent application for an interim custody order which departed significantly from the status quo.
There is no indication in the material before me that the child has any particular ability or level of participation in sporting or other activities beyond what could be described as that of an average child.
Application of Spousal Support Advisory Guidelines by the Ontario Court of Appeal to a variance application in Gray v. Gray
Droit de la famille - 091768 |
2013 CarswellQue 114 (S.C.C.) |
Abella J. (dissenting)
Relocation under the Guidelines — Summary Procedure
Child Protection — Do Foster Parents Have a Right of Appeal?
Party Seeks Representation by a Relative — Rules for Representation
Ownership of a Pet
Variation — L.M.P. v. L.S. Revisited — Section 17 of the Divorce Act Explained
Mobility — Voice of the Child, Exceptions to the Hearsay Rule
Debts on Date of Marriage that Are Extinguished by Subsequent Bankruptcy — Formulaic Approach to Valuation Versus Discretionary Approach