Dear community and clients, At this time, we recognize that family law matters continue, regardless of the state of the world. We are committed to helping our clients in whatever capacity we’re able to while we are self-isolating. Our firm is working remotely from home and if you find yourself in need of a consultation, […]Read More
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Please Vote Horra Family Law for Top Choice Award!
Horra Family Law is proud to announce that for the second year in a row we are an Official Top Choice Award Nominee!Read More
Why should I choose Horra Family Law?
Choosing a lawyer is tough, especially when your family is involved. Good news: We understand the difficulties surrounding this decision. On that note, we want to make sure we are the right lawyers for your family’s situation. “We put family first because we are family.” Here are the top four things to remember when choosing […]Read More
What is a Case Conference in Family Court?
In short, a case conference is an off-the-record, private meeting between parties of a case, their lawyers and a master or judge in a courtroom. For some cases at the Superior Court, and all cases at the Ontario Court of Justice, a first court date or first appearance is a required first step. If you […]Read More
My Spouse Refuses to Let Me Travel With My Child
Your vacation time is here. But what happens when your spouse refuses to let you travel with your child? My spouse and I have just started our family law matter and he/she refuses to let me travel outside of Canada with my child! What do I do? Does your child need travel consent? When both […]Read More
Do I have to pay spousal support?
Defining Spousal Support “Spousal support”, or “alimony” is the money payed by one spouse to the other, for their financial support following a separation or divorce. Spousal support is paid either on a monthly basis, or as a lump sum. In Ontario, spousal support is not an automatic right, but in the case that your spouse […]Read More
Your Matrimonial Home: After a Separation, Can You Change the Locks?
You were married. Now you’re separated (but not yet divorced). You own a Matrimonial Home jointly with your former spouse. Can you change the locks on your shared home? In Ontario, generally, the legal answer to this is no. Let’s break down why. What Happens During A Separation? Ontario requires couples to separate for a […]Read More