Child Custody and Access in Ontario

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What is Custody? Custody refers to the ability of parents to make major decisions concerning health, education, and religion in their children’s lives. Types of Custody Arrangements in Ontario Sole custody means that one parent makes most of the major decisions in the children’s lives. However, the non-custodial parent usually has the right to be given information and make inquires about the welfare, health and education of the children. Joint custody means both parents share the ability to make major decisions in the children’s lives. For joint custody to be successful, parents need to be able to cooperate and communicate with each other. With joint custody, the children may primarily reside with one parent or the children may live equal amounts of time with both parents. Shared custody is a form of joint custody where the children spend at least 40% of their time with each parent. The children have … Read More

Gilbertson Davis LLP Welcomes Family Law Lawyer Kimberley Wilton!

John L. Davis, B.A. (Hons.), J.D.Adoption, Child Support, Collaborative Family Law, Custody and Access, Division of Property, Divorce, Family Law, Gilbertson Davis LLP News, Interjurisdictional Disputes, Marriage Contracts, Mobility Issues, Spousal Support0 Comments

Gilbertson Davis LLP extends a Warm Welcome to Family Law Lawyer Kimberley Wilton.  Kim was called to the Bars of Ontario, Newfoundland and Labrador in 2013, after obtaining her Doctor of Jurisprudence degree from Dalhousie University (2012; Schulich School of Law), a B.Sc. (Hons.) degree from the University of Toronto (Psychology and Middle Eastern Studies; 2006) and a B.A. degree from Memorial University (English Language and Literature; 2009).  Kim is also certified as a Collaborative Family Law Lawyer.   Kim is passionate about the provision of client service to a standard of excellence.  She has experience in a broad range of Family Law matters, including contentious custody and access disputes, child and spousal support claims, complex property disputes including the division of assets, adoption applications and mobility issues. She is also experienced in drafting parenting plans, separation plans and domestic contracts.  Kim is sensitive to the specific needs of each client, … Read More