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Although today is only the second day of spring, the weather in Toronto makes it feel like a early summer day. The nice weather inexplicably makes many couples wanting to ring their wedding bell sooner than later. Between the cake tasting and gown fitting, as a family law lawyer, I’d like to...
Imagine this: a couple had a argument. At the heat of the moment, the wife told the husband, “GET OUT!” Does the husband have to go? No is the short answer. The husband doesn’t have to go anywhere, as a matter of fact. The home is his castle, and he shouldn’t be forced out...
The Canadian Legal Information Institute, or CanLII, has added its one millionth decision, appropriately for the occasion, a decision from the Supreme Court of Canada on February 17, 2012. There are now more than one million Canadian court and tribunal decisions available on CanLII’s website,...
Something new is happening in the family law section of Toronto’s Superior Court of Justice. In an effort to encourage alternative dispute resolution and to reduce the backlog of cases at the Superior Court, a group called Mediate393 Inc. is providing free family law mediation on-site....
PSWLaw Launches Advertising Campaign in World Journal, North America’s Premier Chinese-Language Newspaper
We at PSWLaw are excited to announce the launch of our new advertising campaign in World Journal, the premier Chinese-language newspaper in North America. The current campaign will run for one year. Take a sneak peek below: Pei-Shing B. Wang, Lawyer Diligently handles divorce, separation, and...
The right to be married regardless of the spouses’ sex is a universal one in Canada. Persons of the same sex have been able to marry each other since 2002 in Ontario, when the Ontario Superior Court declared the legal stipulation that marriage be between a man and a woman to be...
Separation and divorce seriously affect everyone in the family, including the children. Unfortunately, in our legal system only adults are allowed to start a law suit or sign a settlement. What about the children? However, children’s views and preferences, if they can be known, are still...
A while ago, a same-sex couple who don’t live in Ontario tried to file for divorce and were blocked by the lawyers for the federal government, leading to questioning of the legitimacy of same-sex marriages solemnized in Ontario for out-of-province couples. Under the Divorce Act,* only...
The divorce involving the notorious convicted serial killer Russell Williams has taken another detour in the Court of Appeal.* Williams’s wife, identified only as M.E.H., obtained a publication ban and a sealing order by motion from the Superior Court of Justice on April 12, 2011. Various...
Our lawyer, Pei-Shing B. Wang ?????, was featured in today’s World Journal, a leading commercial newspaper in the Chinese community. Following is a translation of the article: A York University graduate who is now a practising lawyer, Pei-Shing Wang reminds individuals who would like to...