Separation during Coronavirus:  Can I? Should I? What are my options?  

Blog Post
May 7, 2020
Read Time: 3 minutes

The pandemic has changed all aspects of our lives. Many families are reporting significant increases in stress due to social isolation, confinement, financial trouble and lack of familiar resources. For many, any weaknesses in spousal relationships have been tested to the limits resulting in an increase in those considering separation and divorce. Just as COVID-19… Read more »

How to Protect your Inheritance from Separation or Divorce

Blog Post
December 5, 2019
Read Time: 4 minutes

If you have received an inheritance from a loved one, chances are it was intended for you personally, and not your spouse. However, if you are not careful with what you do with the inheritance you could be required to share it with your spouse if you separate or divorce. Receiving an inheritance while married… Read more »

My Former Spouse Paid Off My Student Loans – Do I Have to Pay Him Back?

Blog Post
June 4, 2019
Read Time: 3 minutes

Read as Associate lawyer Ira Marcovitch answers the following question of student loan repayment after divorce: Before my husband and I married, I had been attending university. I convocated in May 2003 and my OSAP loans of $30,000 had to start being paid off in November 2003. We married in August 2003.My husband inherited money… Read more »