WHAT YOU DON’T KNOW ABOUT FAMILY LAW CAN HURT YOU

At Kain & Ball, We Know Family Law. It’s where we established our reputation over 20 years ago, and it remains our sole focus today. We are committed to providing our clients with the very best family law strategy, advice, and representation.

For more information contact us for a no-cost, no obligation initial consultation. But don’t wait. Because what you don’t know, can hurt you.

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WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING ABOUT US…

“I am so flooded with gratitude, not for the outcome (and not for the knowledge I have earned about the legal system… which I hope to never need to use again), but for the process we took to get there, that I could write a novel attempting to express my gratitude… but the words would undoubtedly get redundant.”

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FAMILY LAW

Most people know something about Family Law. After all, at one time or another, everyone has heard a “divorce story” from a friend or family member, seen something in TV or movies, or read something on the subject. From all these different sources, the information regarding Family Law in Ontario often gets lost, and common myths are perpetuated. This article is intended to clear up some of the most common misconceptions that people have about family law.
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DEBT & DIVORCE

Ever wonder what role debt has in your divorce? What are the implications of debt on the division of assets or support payable? Can debt work in your favor? This post will provide some insight on how debt factors into essential aspects of your divorce such as the division of property.
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PRENUPTIALS

So you’re thinking about drafting a prenuptial agreement, or a ‘marriage contract’. Perhaps you’re wondering what sorts of issues the contract can address, and what will not be enforced by the courts. This blog post seeks to tell you a few things you should know.
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