What does unconscionable conduct really constitute for an unequal equalization of
net family property?
Do you have a question about spousal support or about child and spousal support
Interested in the impact of immigration sponsorship on spousal support?
Is standard of living after separation in issue?
What have the court's considered as constituting a material change in circumstances
warranting variation of support?
The answers are now available with the Family Law Factum Service.
We will research any substantive question pertaining to Canadian Family Law in the
format of a statement of law that can be filed with the Court.
Using the available resources of the Family Law Research Service, DIVORCEmate and
Quicklaw Inc., the Family Law Factum Service now offers a reasonable turn-around time for the
completion of research questions. Given a specific research question in any area of
substantive Family Law, our service will delve into recent case law on the subject.
Results are in the form of a memo citing the relevant case law and summarizing the
Research is conducted under the supervision of Family Law lawyer John Syrtash,
called to the Bar in 1981 and editor of the Syrtash Family Law NetLetter for
LexisNexis (Quicklaw), an eminent authority and lecturer for the Law Society of
Upper Canada and the Canadian Bar Association on several different Family Law
topics for the National Family Law Program.
Please click on the link to the right “Family Law Factum Service Request Form”
it describes more fully the process and fees involved.
Inquire now to obtain further details about the Family Law Factum Service.
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What does the Revised Spousal Support Database contain?
This database incorporates almost all available reported and unreported cases from
all provinces of Canada dealing with spousal support since the watershed decision of the
Supreme Court of Canada in Moge v. Moge of December 17, 1992. The database is updated on
a weekly basis. These decisions are obtained from Q.L. System's on-line legal research
facility, Quicklaw, and from the Reports of Family Law (RFL) reporting series published by
Carswell Thomson Professional Publishing, a division of Thomson Canada Limited.
for more information.
for sample search results including charts, graphs and reports.