Moving Announcement!

Is Probate really necessary? Not if it is the “First Dealing” of the Property since Conversion

Several years ago the Province of Ontario changed from the Registry System to the Land Titles Conversion Qualified (LTCQ) system for the registration and searching of real estate title (ownership).  The Registry Systems was a paper system, whereas, the LTCQ system is an electronic system, which provides efficiency in searching and registering title and provides […]

Rabideau Law Food Drive 2019

We are proud to announce that we will be holding a Food Drive from November 1st-29th in support of The Food Bank of Waterloo Region. Why should you donate? • The Food Bank serves a Community Food Assistance Network of more than 80 agencies and community food programs. 2,000 meals are served daily by this […]

Dont forget to Vote! Canada Federal Election 2019

Dont forget to Vote! Canada Federal Election 2019 The right to vote allows us to have an important say in how we are governed as a country.  The right has been described by Canada’s Chief Justice as lying at the heart of our democracy.  Under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms all Canadian citizens have the […]

Types of Spousal Support: Compensatory and Non-Compensatory

Types of Spousal Support: Compensatory and Non-Compensatory

Our previous blog post on spousal support dealt with how spousal support is calculated, specifically the amount of spousal support and the duration of its payment.  I also made mention to the Spousal Support Advisory Guidelines (“SSAG”) and how they influence the calculation of spousal support in Ontario. In this post, we will be delving deeper […]

Custody and Access: Parental Alienation

One problem that clients often come to me with is that they feel that the other parent is alienating them from their child.  This is a serious allegation and one that usually occurs during high conflict circumstances. Clients often describe this alienation as “she’s telling the kids that I hate them” or “he’s telling the […]