Tag: Children’s Law Reforms Act
Tender Years of Child Does Not Tip the Scales in Favor of Either Parent
Introduction According to the “tender years doctrine” the mother of the child of the tender year, normally up to the age of […]
Can You Have a New Relationship If Not Divorced Yet?
Until you are divorced, a marriage does not end legally. In a few cases, we have seen those legally married spouses are […]
Material Change and Variation of Court Order
In family law proceedings, the parties frequently desire to change the court order regarding decision-making responsibility, parenting time, relocation of the children, […]
Marriage vs. Common-Law: What You Need to Know
With the marriage rate decreasing and divorce rates increasing, I am finding that I am getting more and more questions about common-law […]
CAN A SUGAR DADDY AVOID SPOUSAL SUPPORT?
Sugar dating is becoming a new norm in a society where an older wealthier person (sugar daddy), in exchange for an intimate […]