Welcome to Your Law: Family Law in Ontario
Are you considering separating or divorcing from your spouse? Are you concerned about what will happen to your children after the break up? When two people have a child, each parent has an equal right and equal responsibility to raise the child. This is true whether the parents are married or not.
When parents don’t live together, they are faced with important decisions about the care of their children. They must decide where the child will live, how much time the child will spend with each parent and how important decisions relating to the child will be made. Each parent’s financial support of the child will also have to be determined.
Your Law: Family Law in Ontario provides you with information and access to resources on the emotional, financial, legal and social considerations relating to child custody, access and child support and will help you make the best decisions for you and your family.
What information are you looking for?
Information and resources about child custody, access and child support for parents who are separated or thinking of separating, information on Non-Parent Custody Applications and resources to help children live with separation and divorce.
Information and resources for children about separation and divorce.
Information and resources about when and why you should consider going to court, and information on finding your way around a courthouse.
and is not intended to be used as legal advice for a specific legal problem. If you need
legal advice, please visit the Law Society of Upper Canada's website to find a lawyer.
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