Wills and COVID-19

With the current pandemic of COVID-19, many “normal” practices that we are accustomed to have now changed. Many businesses are closed or offering their services remotely. Some are slowly starting to reopen with new protocols to protect your safety. To adapt, the Government of Ontario has made an emergency order that wills can be executed “virtually” during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Courts and COVID-19

Many people are inquiring about what to do with a scheduled court date now that the courts are operating so differently due to COVID-19. What do you do in the meantime until as the courts sort out when to go back to a regular schedule? These are all important questions.

Separation and Divorce in the COVID-19 Era

As the trauma of COVID-19 continues to unfold, people are just doing their best to deal with the current circumstances. We all continue to try to navigate how to manage safely during these stressful times - do not even get me started on the issue of toilet paper that continues to rage on.
COVID-19, access

Do I Have To Follow Court Ordered Access During COVID-19?

Recently SMP Law posted a blog on supervised access and COVID-19, however, as a team we have been discussing (virtually of course) what happens with families that share regular access with their children during this time of COVID-19?

COVID-19 has Suspended my Supervised Access! What Happens Now?

Supervised access with families is based on having access to a location for a visit, typically a supervised access centre and the employed supervisors that are there to assist and monitor the visits. With everything being shut down for at least a two week period, what happens to scheduled supervised access visits?
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