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Ontario Family Law Practice, 2024 Edition (Volume 1) + Related Materials (Volume 2) – Student Edition

**This title is to be purchased by students only**

For more than two decades, Ontario Family Law Practice has been the standard text for family judges, lawyers and mediators – giving them the relevant law, practice and contact information at their fingertips. This is a student edition.

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Hardcover Main Volume + Softcover Related Materials | 2,544 pages (Main Volume) + 1,258 pages (Related Materials) | Annual – Standing Order Terms Apply

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Publié: 15 septembre 2023
ISBN/ISSN: 9780433528005

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**This title is to be purchased by students only**

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Newly Updated for Changing Times
As the all-time “Go-To” Resource for family law practitioners, Ontario Family Law Practice, 2024 Edition contains the amendments to the Family Law Rules, up to and including those in force as of July 1, 2023, along with expert insights on family law practice.

For more than two decades, Ontario Family Law Practice has been the leading text for family judges, lawyers and mediators, providing them with relevant law, practice tips, and contact information at their fingertips. In two volumes, you'll find succinct, section-by-section annotations of the key federal and Ontario legislation and rules governing family law.

Along with digests of over 5,000 cases and statutory cross-references, this book offers insight and analysis from leading members of the judiciary and bar. Key developments are noted in the year in review summary, and legislation is fully cross-referenced for ease of use. Related materials are provided in the accompanying softcover Volume 2. Only Ontario Family Law Practice continues to deliver all the family law information needed to succeed in one convenient and portable package.

The 2024 Edition – What’s New?

  • Brand new practice note: Ontario Judges’ and Lawyers’ Guide to Safety Planning, by contributor Hilary Linton, Founder of Riverdale Mediation Ltd and Toronto Family Mediation Services
  • Inclusion of the Consolidated Provincial Practice Direction for Family Law Proceedings at the Superior Court of Justice, in effect June 15, 2023
  • Amendments to the Family Law Rules, including:
    • Amendment to Rule 1.3(4) – Exemptions to notify re: access to certain filed documents
    • New Rule 3.01 – Access to court filings for proceedings involving children by non-parties
    • New subrule 6(19)(f) – Lawyer or paralegal’s Certificate of Service (Form 6C)
    • New subrules 17(3.1)-(3.3) – Requirement for parties to confer prior to conferences regarding financial disclosure and the possible settlement of issues
    • New Rule 37.2 – International child abduction matters to be dealt with within six weeks
  • Amendments to the Family Law Act, the Courts of Justice Act, and various regulations
  • Supreme Court of Canada decisions related to family law, including the applicability of the Miglin framework to domestic contracts in different contexts (Anderson) and the proper approach to child abduction cases when country of origin is not a signatory to the Hague Convention (F v. N)
  • Digests of all reported Ontario family law cases over the previous year, including the Court of Appeal’s rulings on key topics, such as:
    • The applicability of tort law in family proceedings where there has been domestic violence (Ahluwalia)
    • The use of constructive trust and proprietary estoppel remedies in cases of marriage breakdown (Madi v. King)
    • Execution against marital property (Senthillmohan)
    • Domestic violence and best interests of the child (N.B. v. C.M.)
    • Motions for stays in child abduction cases (Dieffenbacher)
    • Kin caregiver entitled to party status (Children’s Aid Society of Longon and Middlesex v. T.E.)
    • Costs against Children’s Aid Society (Children’s Aid Society of the Region of Peel v. L.M.)
    • Child support for adult children (Licata v. Shure)
    • Recovery of costs for expert’s report (Assayag-Shneer v. Shneer)
    • Psychiatric assessment of a parent (A.C.V.P. v. A.M.P.)
    • Foreign divorces (Antonyuk)
  • 2022-2023 Year-in-Review
  • And more!

Who Should Buy

  • Family law practitioners who need a quick reference guide before and in court or during client or settlement meetings
  • Non-specialist lawyers who need one-stop, easy-to-use access to overlapping legislation and constantly evolving case law
  • Judges of Ontario family courts who demand a comprehensive and authoritative source of the law and practice in this area
  • Family Mediators and Child Protection Mediators who need to consult a reliable resource for interpretation of the law

Putting Family Law in the Palm of Your Hand
Ontario Family Law Practice is published in two volumes – a hardcover main volume to take to court (Volume 1) and a softcover Related Materials volume (Volume 2).

 

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Table des matières

 VOLUME 1
The Year in Review
New Terminology in Family Law Rules and Forms
Limitations Table
Table of Cases

Part I: Key Legislation
Annotated Divorce Act; Federal Child Support Guidelines and Simplified Tables; Child Support Guidelines (Ontario) and Tables; Child, Youth, and Family Services Act, 2017; Children’s Law Reform Act; Family Law Act; and Family Law Rules


VOLUME 2
Part II: Other Statutes
Annotated Civil Marriage Act; Annulment of Marriages Act (Ontario); Marriage (Prohibited Degrees) Act; Marriage Act; Change of Name Act; Intercountry Adoption Act, 1998; Partition Act (selection); Pension Benefits Standards Act (selection); Pension Benefits Act (selection); Succession Law Reform Act (selection); Vital Statistics Act (selection); Evidence Act (Ontario) (selection); Courts of Justice Act (selection); An Act Respecting First Nations, Inuit, and Metis Youth and Families; Family Orders and Agreements Enforcement Assistance Act (selection); Garnishment, Attachment and Pension Diversion Act (selection); Creditors’ Relief Act (selection); Family Responsibility and Support Arrears Enforcement Act, 1996 (selection); Fraudulent Conveyances Act (selection); Interjurisdictional Support Orders Act, 2002 (selection); and Wages Act (selection)

Part III: Other Regulations
Annotated regulations under the Divorce Act; the Change of Name Act; the Intercountry Adoption Act, 1998; the Marriage Act; the Pension Benefits Act; the Family Orders and Agreements Enforcement Assistance Act; the Family Responsibility and Support Arrears Enforcement Act, 1996; the Interjurisdictional Support Orders Act, 2002; the Children’s Law Reform Act; the Arbitration Act; and the Child, Youth and Family Services Act

Part IV: Reference Material
Spousal Support Advisory Guidelines – The Revised User’s Guide
Practice Note 1: The Family Court Branch of the Superior Court of Justice in Ontario Overview
Practice Note 2: Consolidated Provincial Practice Direction for Family Proceedings at the Superior Court of Justice
Practice Note 3: Valuation and Income Assessment: Expert Reports for Family Law
Practice Note 4: Developments in the Treatment of Pensions under Ontario Family Law
Practice Note 5: Practitioner’s Notes
Practice Note 6: Association of Family and Conciliation Courts – Ontario Chapter Parenting Plan Guide and Template
Practice Note 7: Ontario Judges’ and Lawyers’ Guide to Safety Planning