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Services During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Please be advised that in response to the threat posed by Covid-19, the offices of RV Law LLP have implemented protocol to keep the physical premises sanitized and to supply our staff with necessary personal protective equipment. For the safety and well being of our staff and the general public, we are providing services by adopting government recommended social distancing efforts and, to this end, we are meeting clients through a combination of telephone, other electronic means and in-person only when necessary.

We are confident in our ability to continue servicing all existing and new client matters during these challenging times and invite you to email or call our firm with any questions or concerns you may have.

Family Law Articles

Service Barriers for Immigrant Women
Representing Victims of Domestic Violence
Limitation Periods in Family Law for Property Claims

Frequently Asked Questions Child Support

FAQ: Child Support Q. How can I find out whether my child is entitled to child support? Both the Divorce Act and the Family Law Act define a child, and specifically a child who is eligible for child support. Under…

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Frequently Asked Questions Divorce

FAQ: Divorce In order to dissolve a marriage, a divorce must be obtained. If you are separated, but not yet divorced, you are still married! Q. On what grounds can I apply for a divorce? Marriage breakdown is the only…

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Frequently Asked Questions Property

FAQ: Property Q. Do I have to be married to apply for a division of property under the Family Law Act? Yes. Persons who cohabit, but are not married spouses, are not entitled to apply to the Court for a…

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Frequently Asked Questions Spousal Support

FAQ: Spousal Support Q. Who has the right to spousal support? The right is a statutory right and it is that of married spouses, unmarried spouses and same-sex partners. Married or former spouses (divorced) may access the right to spousal…

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Custody & Guardianship of Minors & Minors’ Property

Custody & Guardianship of Minors & Minors' Property Provincial legislation in Ontario allows for the appointment of custodial parents for minor children in case of death, and also allows the appointment of guardians of the child(ren)'s property. Custody of Minors…

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