The law allows for situations that will permit an unequal division. In a recent case the Superior Court agreed with my client that it was unconscionable to award his spouse 50% of the property and assets.
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?
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?
In a recent situation with a Toronto Long Term Care Facility, the care facility refused to allow my client to take her mother home for visits and refused her wishes to bring her mother home permanently to care for her on her own.
During a relationship is it not uncommon for one party to put money or assets in the name of their partner or spouse. Unfortunately, after the breakup, the main question becomes, who is the real owner of the property held in the name of the other spouse?