Marriage Statistics in Canada
The institution of marriage in Canada has not always been one. Marriage customs and rites among the First Nations and Inuit people differed, although there were some similarities. Women married when they reached puberty. Men were older, choosing wives when they could provide for a family. There was no gender disparity when deciding when and […]
Is My Religious Marriage Recognized By Ontario Family Law?
Religious Marriage and how it affects your legal rights. Many people have been married in a religious context but have not been civilly married. This may cause some people to be deprived of rights that they may have believed themselves to have. Two (or Three) Types Of Spouses Ontario family law recognizes two types of […]
The Role Social Media Plays In Your Divorce
Suffice it to say that technology and social media have greatly developed in recent years. Their impact is not limited to our social lives. As most Canadians use one form of social media or another, this article will address how technology and social media are powerful tools that can greatly assist the divorce process, albeit […]