พนันบอลออนไลน์ ถูกกฎหมาย_การพนัน pantip_โปรโมชั่นคาสิโน https://www.google.com//5a1 Ontario Divorce Help, by Russell Alexander, Family Lawyers Mon, 26 Nov 2018 19:42:41 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.8 66668041 How does a Children¡¯s Lawyer get involved? https://www.google.com//5a1/2018/11/26/how-does-a-childrens-lawyer-get-involved/ /5a1/2018/11/26/how-does-a-childrens-lawyer-get-involved/#respond Mon, 26 Nov 2018 19:42:41 +0000 /5a1/?p=525 A Children¡¯s Lawyer becomes involved in a case by Court Order. The circumstances depend on whether the case concerns custody and access or child protection. Where custody and access are at issue, the Court can request the Children¡¯s Lawyer get involved or by either parent, or lawyers for either parent, may bring a motion asking the Judge to get the Children¡¯s Lawyer involved. When requested by a parent, the Children¡¯s Lawyer has the latitude to decide whether to get involved¡ªpriority is given to high conflict cases. Where child protection is... MORE »]]> /5a1/2018/11/26/how-does-a-childrens-lawyer-get-involved/feed/ 0 525 What does the Children¡¯s Lawyer do? https://www.google.com//5a1/2018/11/15/what-does-the-childrens-lawyer-do/ /5a1/2018/11/15/what-does-the-childrens-lawyer-do/#respond Thu, 15 Nov 2018 19:42:41 +0000 /5a1/?p=524 The Children¡¯s Lawyer acts as legal representative for the child where custody and access or child protection is at issue. In general, the Office of the Children¡¯s Lawyer (OCL) serves as a third-party investigator to provide the Court with unbiased recommendations with respect to requirements for proper child care, custody, and well-being. An assessment can be ordered by the Court at any stage of the proceedings in furtherance of this objective. When engaged, the Children¡¯s Lawyer will build trust with the child by meeting as often as necessary to determine... MORE »]]> /5a1/2018/11/15/what-does-the-childrens-lawyer-do/feed/ 0 524 What is the Children¡¯s Lawyer? https://www.google.com//5a1/2018/11/09/what-is-the-childrens-lawyer/ Fri, 09 Nov 2018 19:40:31 +0000 /5a1/?p=521 The Children¡¯s Lawyer is a qualified lawyer who works for the Office of the Children¡¯s Lawyer (OCL), a government-funded office that represents children under the age of 18. The Children¡¯s Lawyer presents to the Court what they believe is in the child¡¯s best interest in cases involving custody and access or child protection. Despite common misconceptions, the Children¡¯s Lawyer is not the children¡¯s legal guardian, and is rather an advocate for children.

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I am the recipient of the Universal Child Care Benefit. Is this taxable income? https://www.google.com//5a1/2018/10/31/i-am-the-recipient-of-the-universal-child-care-benefit-is-this-taxable-income/ Wed, 31 Oct 2018 18:40:30 +0000 /5a1/?p=520 If one parent has sole custody of the child(ren), then the Universal Child Care Benefit (UCCB) will be paid to that parent. Under shared custody, you can apply to split the payment equally between the two of you.

As a general rule, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) considers payments received under the Universal Child Care Benefit (UCCB) to be taxable income. If you were a single parent on December 31, 2017, you may choose one of the following options:

  • Report the UCCB income as income of an eligible dependant;
  • If there is no... MORE »]]> 520 Am I free to claim personal tax credits and deductions in the same way as I did when I was married? https://www.google.com//5a1/2018/10/18/am-i-free-to-claim-personal-tax-credits-and-deductions-in-the-same-way-as-i-did-when-i-was-married/ Thu, 18 Oct 2018 18:38:42 +0000 /5a1/?p=517 A change in your marital status will require some planning and coordination between you and your former spouse where claiming personal tax credits and deductions for your dependent children are concerned. For example, only one spouse is entitled to claim a deduction for an eligible dependant. If you have at least two eligible dependants, you and your former spouse may claim the deduction for only one eligible dependant. If you have only one eligible dependant, you and your former spouse will have to agree on who will claim the deduction.

    Another... MORE »]]> 517 Will my Canada Pension Plan be affected by my divorce? https://www.google.com//5a1/2018/10/02/will-my-canada-pension-plan-be-affected-by-my-divorce/ Tue, 02 Oct 2018 18:38:42 +0000 /5a1/?p=516 Married and common-law spouses who cohabited for at least 12 months may apply for equal division of Canada Pension Plan (CPP) credits upon being granted a divorce or legal annulment. CPP credits accumulated during each year of cohabitation will be combined and split equally between spouses. Credits can be divided even if one spouse did not make contributions to the CPP.

    Either you or your former spouse can request the CPP credit split. Your lawyer may also make the request on your behalf, provided at least one spouse signs the เล่นสล็อตออนไลน์บนมือถือMORE »]]> 516 I have to transfer assets to my spouse as part of our Separation Agreement. Will the transfer trigger immediate income tax consequences for me? https://www.google.com//5a1/2018/09/25/i-have-to-transfer-assets-to-my-spouse-as-part-of-our-separation-agreement-will-the-transfer-trigger-immediate-income-tax-consequences-for-me/ Tue, 25 Sep 2018 16:58:56 +0000 /5a1/?p=511 Whether property can be transferred to your spouse without triggering immediate income tax liability depends on the type of property being transferred. In most cases, property can be transferred between spouses on a rollover basis, meaning no gains or losses arise, and the recipient receives the property at the transferor¡¯s costs for income tax purposes, assuming both spouses are Canadian residents.

    Some examples of assets which can be transferred on a rollover basis are: Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSPs); Tax-Free Savings Accounts (TFSAs); and, other forms of capital property. Note, in... MORE »]]> 511 When am I considered not ¡°married¡± for income tax purposes? https://www.google.com//5a1/2018/09/14/when-am-i-considered-not-married-for-income-tax-purposes/ Fri, 14 Sep 2018 16:58:55 +0000 /5a1/?p=510 For income tax purposes, you are no longer ¡°married¡± if you and your spouse have been living separate and apart for a period of 90 days or longer. The stage of your legal separation or divorce proceeding in which you are in does not matter, provided the 90 days¡¯ separation is met.

    The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) requires you to update your marital status as soon as the 90 days has passed since you began living separate and apart from your spouse. You may update your marital status online, over the... MORE »]]> 510 Why might avoiding court be important for my business? https://www.google.com//5a1/2018/09/03/why-might-avoiding-court-be-important-for-my-business/ Mon, 03 Sep 2018 16:59:01 +0000 /5a1/?p=512 You might not want to litigate your family law matter in court because it could have negative effects on the viability of your business. This is because court matters are public record and court documents filed by the parties can be accessed by anyone.

    To bring a family law matter before a court, the party seeking relief is required to disclose relevant financial information and provide supporting documentation upon filing an application. This triggers the court process, requiring the responding party to make similar disclosure. These documents form part of the... เล่นสล็อตออนไลน์บนมือถือ]]> 512 What techniques are available for preserving the interests our family business during collaborative negotiations? https://www.google.com//5a1/2018/08/24/what-techniques-are-available-for-preserving-the-interests-our-family-business-during-collaborative-negotiations/ Fri, 24 Aug 2018 16:56:40 +0000 /5a1/?p=508 The court process allows for only a rights based determination of the issues at hand. However, there are many intricacies involved when separation and divorce include a family business. As an alternative to a purely rights based approach, other options can be considered in a collaborative approach, including:

    • Family trusts or holding companies as a method of sharing income from the family business
    • Tax planning, avoiding the possibility of triggering a Canada Revenue Agency audit
    • Considering the formation of a new family trust
    • Employment of children in the family business
    • Estate, succession, and capacity planning
    • Ensuring... MORE »]]> 508