Finding of Fraudulent Conveyance in Family Law Proceeding
Michael Stangarone, Stephen Kirby

Finding of Fraudulent Conveyance in Family Law Proceeding

Finding of fraudulent conveyance in a family law proceeding and rare vesting order hands non-compliant ex-husband’s share of the matrimonial home to former spouse A rare vesting order granting a woman full ownership of a matrimonial home could save years in enforcement efforts against ...

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Reconciliation and the Interaction between Standard Form Agreements and Common Law
Michael Stangarone, Stephen Kirby

Reconciliation and the Interaction between Standard Form Agreements and Common Law

Separating spouses and their counsel must take care when relying on standard reconciliation clauses in separation agreements as highlighted by the Court of Appeal for Ontario in the recent decision... Original article posted by  The Lawyer's Daily , and requires a subscription to ...

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Former Husband Income Loss Can’t Reduce Support Obligations
Family Law, Stephen Kirby

Former Husband Income Loss Can’t Reduce Support Obligations

Former husband responsible for own income loss can’t reduce support obligations to ex-spouse   A recent Superior Court judgment shows former spouses may struggle to reduce their support obligations if they are at fault for their own income loss, says Toronto family ...

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