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Vanleer v. Young: A “Tidbit” Case

Vanleer is a family law court of appeal decision with a number of issues that were appealed. Factually, it involves a husband and wife married in 2012 and with one child, born in 2013. The parties had a seven day trial which resulted in an Order on a number of issues in dispute. The first […]

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The Kent Family Home: Matrimonial Home or Resulting Trust?

Kent is an interesting decision by the court of appeal.  While it contains somewhat unique facts, it is always helpful when the court of appeal clarifies issues in family law relating to a resulting trust.  This case is particularly interesting because of its intersection with estates law. To summarize the facts in as short a way […]

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What is a matrimonial home in Ontario?

A “matrimonial home” has a specific definition in Ontario law. It is the house that a married couple lives in at the time of separation. In common law relationships, there is no legal “matrimonial home.” In such relationships, it is best to refer to the house using common parlance like the family home or one […]

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