Custody and Access
It is arguable that there exists no single, precise definition of either “custody” or “access”. The relevant legislation provides, for the most part, only general principles to guide the exercise of the courts' discretion in this area.
In an effort to provide predictability for the calculation of child support, the Child Support Guidelines, O. Reg. 391/97 (the "Guidelines”), set out presumptive rules for the calculation of the amount of child support payable with respect to both children over and under the age of majority.
There are essentially two types of property claims that can be brought by spouses: claims by married spouses under the Family Law Act, and claims by married or common-law spouses for equitable relief, unjust enrichment, and/or constructive trust claims under the Family Law Rules (i.e. "other property claims"). Read more
The collaborative process is not a “battle”; rather it is a streamlined process for resolution that is efficient and settlement focused. Where parties are generally dissatisfied by a Court Order imposed upon them by a Judge, in the collaborative setting, parties work toward a settlement that makes sense to them.
We understand that this is a difficult time. We are here to guide you through the process.
From our Initial meeting I was impressed with both Abiola Adeusi’s professionalism and understanding of my requirements. As my case continued I was updated regularly and given clear and concise direction while maintaining a high degree of compassion and support. Abiola’s empathy and patience is to be commended. In my view Abiola Adeusi regularly went above and beyond what was required. It is without hesitation or reservation that I recommend Abiola Adeusi’s legal services.
Abi Adeusi, Lawyer
Aubrey McFarlane, Law Clerk
Breanna Knott, Legal Assistant
Lisa Woodcock, Law Clerk