SMP Law – Language and Law

Parenting arrangements have been historically referred to as custody and access. There has been much confusion about what custody and access means to parents and families and often these terms are used incorrectly.

Now That’s a Smooth Move!

Moving to a new home is an exciting life change but it can also be stressful. The best way to ensure a smooth move is to write out a plan of action with a checklist and timeline that clearly states what needs to be done.

Can My Ex Spouse Force Me to Pay for Private School Expenses?

In a recent case the father retained SMP Law to help with his situation where the mother was putting the child into a private school without his consent and demanding his share of the costs for the private school be considered a section 7 expense.

Don’t Fall For a Money Pit!

It’s sometimes easy to fall in love with what appears to be your dream home but it’s important that your heart doesn’t rule the decision-making process. Checkout what Will Yohana from Cloud Realty and in their July 2021 Newsletter has to say about falling for a money pit.

SMP Law and Landlord Prejudice – An Update

It was a significant Court of Appeal decision that upheld that Justice Morgan was correct to invoke anti-Black racism in relation to the landlord’s refusal to negotiate a lease renewal, “regardless of whether the Landlord's actions were consciously motivated by racism.”
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