Motion for a temporary court order in Ontario

In some family law cases, a party may need to seek temporary orders that will be effective until their case is completed. The law provides a way in which a person can seek temporary orders from the court that has jurisdiction. People may need a temporary order for such things as temporary support or other needs. The motion may not be made until after the initial case conference has been held unless a person is suffering from hardship as defined by the law. In that case, the person must seek approval from the court to hold a hearing prior to the case conference date.

Read more
3 mins read

Marriage and Cohabitation Contracts in Ontario

If you are preparing to marry or to move in with your partner, it may be wise for you to draft a prenuptial agreement or cohabitation contract. While you may not want to consider the possibility that you will divorce, it does occur sometimes and an agreement can help you protect your interests and assets.

Read more
2 mins read

Live chat

Hi, you may just be browsing, but we are available to answer your questions. Can we help you?

Chat Now