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Did You Know?

  • 20 avril 2015
  • Katharina Janczaruk

Welcome Spring! Feeling energetic! There’s lots to keep you busy!

Droit de la famille, Student Forum

In Memoriam of Leo P. Arseneau

  • 20 avril 2015
  • Matti E. Mottonen

The City of Greater Sudbury has lost one of its top Civil and Family Law Litigators

Droit de la famille, Student Forum
Robert A. Klotz

Bankruptcy and Pensions/RRSPs

  • 17 avril 2015
  • Robert A. Klotz

This article reviews the problems imposed by bankruptcy on an equalization claim where a principal asset of the bankrupt spouse is a pension or RRSP.

Droit de la famille, Student Forum

Diamonds are Forever... Not Really

  • 07 avril 2015
  • Andrew Sudano

While a family law case surrounding the return of an engagement ring remains a thorny business at best, Andrew Sudano examines some ways that one party may be able to have the engagement ring returned.

Droit de la famille, Student Forum

The Canada Pension Plan: Credit Splitting

  • 19 février 2015
  • Ilana Zylberman Dembo and Sarah Troper

In situations where it is difficult to determine whether there will be an overall financial loss for the parties should their CPP credits be split, "it often makes sense for the parties to agree to review the question at a later time, closer to when they are about to apply for CPP and their history of contributions is known."

Droit de la famille, Student Forum
Steven Benmor

Message from the Chair

  • 18 février 2015
  • Steven Benmor

The 2015 Bencher election will be held on April 13. Consider the issues facing the profession.

Droit de la famille, Student Forum

Did You Know?

  • 18 février 2015
  • Katharina Janczaruk

News and events for family law practitioners.

Droit de la famille, Student Forum
Jeffrey Wilson

Compartmentalizing Childhood- Adult Thinking

  • 18 février 2015
  • Jeffrey Wilson

One of the benefits of a juristic approach that requires each legal case concerning a child to turn on its own particular facts is that all of the child must be considered.

Droit de la famille, Student Forum