News in Family Law
If a couple is divorced, a disabled child is eligible for support into adulthood. But if the parents were never married, support ends when the child is 18 or no longer in school full-time.
The recommendations come as the family court system is facing a crisis, with a majority of litigants representing themselves due to the high cost of getting a lawyer.
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This is a guest post on the Toronto Public Library Blog about the new CLEO website, Steps to Justice.
You can now set up or update child support online – without having to go to court.
The federal government is found to have breached its "duty of care" by failing to protect cultural identity of indigenous children removed from their homes.
This CLEO resource outlines the new rules, describes what people need to do to get spousal support, and has other information about getting child and spousal support when on social assistance.
Learn more about Steps to Justice with our promotional video.
Led by CLEO, Steps to Justice is an initiative that gives comprehensive online information on common legal problems that people experience in family, housing, employment, and other areas of law.
Steps to Justice provides comprehensive and reliable information on everyday legal problems related to family, housing, employment and other areas of law.