A marriage annulment case that was won by Ms. Vallelonga

In the Montreal district, a man received a request from his wife to annul their marriage a few months after they separated. The parties had lived together for nearly a year and a half before realizing their relationship was not working out. Continue reading “A marriage annulment case that was won by Ms. Vallelonga”

Family patrimony

Family patrimony is the entirety of goods and assets that must be shared equally between partners in case of divorce, no matter which type of matrimonial regime governed the marriage contract. It is impossible for one of the partners to waive beforehand, in a contract, equal sharing of family patrimony.
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What to do when the opposing party does not comply with a court order?

When a Judge delivers a family law order, whether it concerns child custody, visiting rights or any other judgment related to separation, this order must be followed by the parties. As in any other legal case, sometimes the persons liable do not comply with these orders. What can the opposing party do? Continue reading “What to do when the opposing party does not comply with a court order?”