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Feldstein Family Law Group P.C.
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Toronto and Surround Areas Family Lawyers
Toronto and Surround Areas Family Lawyers

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This Ontario dad hasn’t been able to claim the child tax credit in years — and he’s not alone.

The Pickering, Ont.,-based dad says he has shared custody of his son, 14, and daughter, 11, through an arrangement that sees the kids divide their time roughly equally between their parents. The couple also agreed that they would each claim one of the children as eligible dependents on their tax return.

However, year over year the Canada Revenue Agency disallowed Haines’s claim, even as it allowed his ex to claim one of the children.

Read more via Global News: http://bit.ly/2IdFqHl.
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Parenting schedules: be open-minded, be flexible, and think about your children’s best interests and the importance of maintaining a good relationship with your former spouse.

Learn more in our new video: http://bit.ly/2I8alc6.

#FamilyLaw #Parenting
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When Family and Criminal Law Collide

In Ontario, domestic violence can take the form of a one-time use of force. However, more often, these crimes follow a pattern. The violence might be intended to scare, intimidate or humiliate a person. Domestic violence can also take the form of emotional, verbal, or financial abuse. Although not always considered criminal offences, these forms of abuse are very serious.

More on domestic violence and divorce: http://bit.ly/2Ga7Eki.

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How do you tackle the dating scene when you or your partner have kids?

A psychotherapist on how to tell your ex about a new partner, plus her most important rule to date by, via CBC.

Read it here: http://bit.ly/2G6VR6B.
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"I’ve learned a lot over the past four Mother’s Days as a divorced mom. And I have a sort of action plan to get through this, one of the tougher holidays."
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In this case the question was posed about whether a court can refuse to order full disclosure of the file and notes of an assessor appointed under the Children’s Law Reform Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. C.12, (such as a therapist) because the court is of the view that such disclosure will likely have a serious impact on the well-being of a child.

Read more in this case law blog post: http://bit.ly/2If2B4e.
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Happy Mother's Day!
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Thank you to everyone who watched the show yesterday and submitted a question! Our next episode will be June 21st. Learn more about the show here: bit.ly/2HZqv7L. #FamilyLaw #FacebookLive
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A New York Judge issued a groundbreaking ruling allowing an Application for Divorce to be served through a Facebook message. The Court held that, provided Divorce papers were sent every week for three weeks through Facebook Messenger, service would be accepted as valid.

So, would the Ontario courts permit service through Facebook Messenger?

Watch the video: http://bit.ly/2KKGt3f.

#FamilyLaw #Divorce
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To tape or not to tape.

This case discusses some of the factors that judges will weigh when considering whether to allow digital recordings to be submitted as evidence.

Read more: http://bit.ly/2KNvXZ8.

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