With the courts closed for all but truly urgent matters, lawyers have stepped up to assist clients with online methods of dispute resolution. This paper reviews the main available options and how they may have changed.
The genesis of this project followed an extraordinary meeting that took place at the 2016 National Family Law Conference in Newfoundland and Labrador. A lunch meeting was convened by the organizers to afford attendees a forum for discussing Med-Arbitration.
In October 2003 the Supreme Court of Canada decided the case of Miglin v. Miglin on the issue of the circumstances in which a court ought to interfere with an agreement between parties pertaining to spousal support.