Taking it All in: The Inclusive Nature of a Miglin Analysis

Tessema v. Hagos 2017 ONSC 2438
This case reviewed some of the themes in Miglin v. Miglin in order to determine whether a separation agreement can or ought to be set aside. Ultimately it followed the tests and analyses set out therein.

The Dangers of Unequal Bargaining Power: Butler v Butler, 2015 ONSC 6796

The parties, Mr. and Ms. Butler began living together in 1979. They were married in 1982 and raised two children (both adults now). The couple jointly owned their home. Throughout their relationship and after, Mr. Butler worked on the automotive assembly line at Honda Canada. Ms. Butler assumed the role of a traditional stay-at-home mother; she maintained the home, cared for and raised the children, and had no substantial paid employment over the last 26 years.

To Go, or not go to Court?

In the matter of Peel v. Peel, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice analyzed the issue of changing  spousal and child support terms included in a duly executed Separation Agreement.…