Arbitration and Requests for Adjournments – Treating Parties Fairly and Equally, and the Importance of Weighing Prejudice

Lockman v Rancourt, 2017 ONSC 2274
This case stands for the principle that arbitrators must weigh and compare the issue of prejudice to both parties when granting or refusing an adjournment.
Read More

Motion for Summary Judgement When Setting Aside a Separation Agreement

Shinder v. Shinder, 2017 ONSC 4177
This case sets out the standard that ought to be met in order to determine whether to deny the setting aside of a separation agreement on summary motion.
Read More

Cheaters Never Prosper: Why Deception in Disclosure Can Cost You

Virc v. Blair, 2017 ONCA 394
This case serves to expand upon the standard of disclosure required in a separation agreement for it to withstand s. 56(4)(a) of the Family Law Act.
Read More