Posts Tagged ‘ontario’
Wednesday, November 19th, 2008
Life is extremely unpredictable. One day everything in your life could seem in order and happy while the next day everything could change for the worst. The same can be said for relationships. A relationship that you thought was healthy could suddenly change and the person that you are in a relationship with could suddenly seem like someone else.
If you are in a situation where someone else is making you feel threatened or uneasy, you might want to look into the option of requesting an Ontario restraining order. Orders such as these are available to protect you from someone who you feel threatened by.
There are many types of an Ontario restraining order that are available to request so it really depends on what type of situation you are in to determine which type of order to request. You might want to consult the advice of a legal professional to be sure that you are requesting the correct type. A professional can also be an asset in making sure that your situation warrants requesting an Ontario restraining order and also that you have completed all of the necessary forms. The faster you get the correct forms completely filled out, the sooner you will be protected.
No one should ever have to be in a situation where they feel threatened by someone else, but unfortunately it does happen. Thankfully, if you are in such a situation, there are ways to protect yourself and put some distance between you and the problem so that you will no longer be in immediate danger.
Friday, October 10th, 2008
Marriage is not always about love and happiness. Sharing your life with another person can be extremely difficult and challenging. If things are not going as well as you had dreamed when you first entered into marriage, you may begin to think about your options for separating from your spouse.
If you are thinking about ending your marriage, or taking some time away from your spouse to sort things out, the thought of an Ontario legal separation may have come to mind. There are some things that you should know about an Ontario legal separation however. Many people are under the assumption that an Ontario legal separation is basically a break from their marriage to think things over and have some time alone. However, this is not the case. An Ontario legal separation is much like a divorce settlement. The separation process goes much the same as a divorce hearing, only, at the end of the process, you will still be married. With this knowledge, many people then ask what the point of a separation is.
There are many reasons why spouses choose an Ontario legal separation over a divorce. Religion often plays a big part in the decision. If it is against the religion of a couple to end their marriage, but they can no longer handle being together, they may opt for the separation. Another reason why the separation is chosen is if a spouse is in need of medical care, but they would lose their health insurance if they ended their marriage.
Thursday, September 25th, 2008
Parents often have a difficult time coping with raising their children on their own after their marriage has ended. They often have to deal with taking on both parenting duties and also in making sure that all of the needs of the children are being met. On top of this, the children often have many questions are to why their parent’s marriage ended and why they can no longer live with both parents.
Among all of these things that the parents that have custody are usually left dealing with, comes making sure that they are being paid enough each month in Ontario child support to pay the bills. The parent that was not awarded child custody is usually required to pay Ontario Child Support to the parent that was awarded child custody. When the amount of Ontario Child Support that is being paid to the custodial parent is not enough, they can request a modification of support orders. A modification of support orders is often requested by the parent that has child custody when their circumstances change. An example of this is when the child is in need of medical care that exceeds the amount of Ontario child support that is currently being paid. Another change in circumstances could include if the child is in need of tutoring and the custodial parent can not afford it.
Of course, there are many circumstances where a modification of support orders could be requested by the custodial parent and family law can help the parent determine when the best time to make the request is. Family law has much experience with these requests and family law can also help familiarize the parent with the processes involved and how they can receive more Ontario child support.
Monday, September 22nd, 2008
People often say that children are resilient and can bounce back from difficult situations more easily than adults. When a marriage ends however, the situation can be extremely hard and emotional for the spouses and their children. It is often a matter of how the situation is handled that determines how everyone involved will heal and move on.
Child custody battles are usually quire difficult for those involved to endure. Both spouses normally feel that they have the best interests of the children at heart, which can cause emotions to surge during child custody battles. In addition, the court takes several factors into account during child custody cases and many parents choose to employ the help of family law to aid in the case. Family law can be a great ally for parents to have in the case because family law can help represent the parent’s capabilities in caring for the children and can help the parent gain child custody.
After the case has been settled, then all involved begin the healing process. The parent that was awarded child custody begins to adapt to their role as a single parent and the non custodial parent adjusts to life without the children and will likely be required to begin making support payments. In addition, the children begin coming to terms with the situation and the reality that their parents are no longer together. It usually takes time for anyone to adapt to a new situation, but how quickly and well people heal also depends on how the situation is handled.
Friday, September 12th, 2008
Parents would often do anything for their children. It is normal for parents to care for their children financially until they reach the age of majority but when their marriage ends, some parents are mandated by the court to pay a specific amount of money each month to care for their children.
Ontario child support is the ruling by a court that a non custodian parent is required to pay a specified monetary amount each month towards their children’s well-being. The decision of the court as to which parent is required to pay Ontario child support usually comes from the ruling of the child custody case. During the child custody case, the court decides which parent will have child custody. Once this ruling is made, it is then decided how much the non custodial parent will be required to pay in Ontario child support each month.
Family law can help a great deal in an Ontario child support case. Family law can help the non custodial parent in correctly reflecting how much support they are able to pay so that the parent is not left with an amount higher than they can afford. Additionally, family law can help the custodial parent receive enough in Ontario child support to fully cover the costs of raising the children.
Both the parent receiving the support and the parent paying support go through a great deal of stress during these cases. Legal professionals can help relieve this stress and get each parent the best individual outcome.
Thursday, September 4th, 2008
If you lose the custody case in the termination of your marriage, you will likely be required to make support payments.
Ontario child support is money that is paid by parents whose children are not living with them, to help financially support those children.
After the court ruling on your requirement to make support payments, you will usually have a set time of month when the payment is due. Penalties and fees can be charged if payments are missed so most people are quite punctual on making the Ontario child support payments. Family law can help not only in the initial support case but also afterwards. Family law can help you make sure that you are meeting all of the Ontario child support ruling requirements and can help familiarize with all of the processes involved in these situations. Family law can also help you determine if you are in a position to request a modification of support orders.
If your financial situation changes, such as a decrease in pay due to the loss of a job or if some other negative factor comes into play that reduces your income, you can request a modification of support orders. Requesting a modification of support orders can result in the revamping of the Ontario child support requirements to better fit your current financial situation.
Learning the processes involved in Ontario child support when you are required to make payments can sometimes be confusing and legal professionals are available to help familiarize you with them.
Thursday, August 28th, 2008
The dissolution of a marriage can end up costing you a great deal of money and set you back for several years. This can happen through a negative outcome of the settlement on your end, meaning your spouse was awarded the majority of your property and assets, leaving you with little or nothing. When you are ending a marriage, it can be a tough decision on whether to hire a legal professional or save the cost and try going through the process alone because you are already afraid of how much money you may be losing in the settlement.
If you are afraid that you may not be able to afford hiring Ontario family law to aid you in your divorce settlement and are considering going through the process alone, there are some things to take into consideration before making the final decision.
The legal professionals of Ontario family law have extensive experience in divorce settlements and will help make sure that you see the best outcome possible. Ontario family law is familiar with court proceedings and knows what it takes to win. If you are considering going through the process alone, it might be beneficial to keep in mind that you may be running the risk of losing the settlement, which may not happen with the professional help of Ontario family law.
You may be concerned about the expense of hiring Ontario family law but going through a divorce settlement without their help could mean losing the battle and being left with little to nothing while your spouse gets most or all of the property and assets. Unfortunately, this is just a decision that comes along with a divorce settlement.