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Tax Implications of Shared Parenting Time (Canada Child Benefit and the Eligible Dependent Credit) in 2022

Shared parenting time In shared parenting time arrangements, each parent exercises no less than 40% of parenting time with a child over the course of a year. In these cases, the court has discretion to depart from the Table Amount pursuant to s. 9 of the Guidelines. A set-off amount of child support is determined by […]

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Family Law

Employer Duty to Accommodate – Top Ten Do’s and Don’ts

Employers have a legal obligation to modify workplace rules, policies, or practices in a manner that promotes respect and dignity for employees with disabilities. This obligation arises out of human rights legislation that fosters inclusivity and full participation in the labour market by protecting individuals from adverse treatment because of personal characteristics under s. 5(1) of the Ontario

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Employment Law

Two Ways you can be Constructively Dismissed

Constructive dismissal claims are unlike straightforward wrongful dismissals.  In these types of cases, you will not hear the familiar phrase “you’re fired/terminated!” or “we’re letting you go.” The employer will not hand the employee a termination letter or say anything which communicates that the employment relationship is terminated.  Rather, the facts must objectively speak to the employer’s

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