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What is Hearty Law?

Hearty Law provides effective legal service related to all of your family law and employment law issues.

Whether you believe your ex-spouse is hiding assets to avoid support payments, or your ex-spouse is falsely accusing you of hiding assets, Hearty Law has the financial experience you need. Hearty Law negotiates, litigates and resolves all of your complex financial issues.

Also, experienced in employment law matters and professional discipline issues, Hearty Law is here to help during these difficult times.

Located at 555 Legget Drive, Tower A, Suite 304, Kanata, and serving Ottawa and surrounding areas, contact Hearty Law today at or ottawa@heartylaw.ca. Also serving Toronto and surrounding areas, contact Hearty Law at toronto@heartylaw.ca.

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Our Blog

Ex-Spouse Hiding Income to Avoid Child Support and Spousal Support Payments
Calculation of Support Payments, Family Law
By Peter Hearty / October 12, 2020

Ex-Spouse Hiding Income to Avoid Child Support and Spousal Support Payments

During divorce proceedings, an ex-spouse may attempt to hide assets and income to avoid child support and spousal support payments....

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The Cost of Divorce in Ontario
Cost of a Divorce
By Peter Hearty / October 10, 2020

The Cost of Divorce in Ontario

The cost of a divorce in Ontario is related to the reasonableness of each person. Parents who refuse to get...

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Divorce is Expensive in Ontario Because of Unreasonable Parents
Cost of a Divorce, Family Law
By Peter Hearty / October 9, 2020

Divorce is Expensive in Ontario Because of Unreasonable Parents

Divorce can be expensive in Ontario, but only if parents act unreasonably. Trying to look at the situation from the...

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Divorce Costs in Ontario Rise With Refusal to Negotiate
Cost of a Divorce, Family Law
By Peter Hearty / October 8, 2020

Divorce Costs in Ontario Rise With Refusal to Negotiate

The cost of divorce in Ontario rises dramatically when one person refuses to negotiate in good faith. This blog post...

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How Do I Change Spousal Support Payments in Ontario
Calculation of Support Payments, Family Law
By Peter Hearty / October 7, 2020

How Do I Change Spousal Support Payments in Ontario

Spousal support is often a contentious issue in a divorce. It can be very difficult to change a court order...

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Order for Costs Enforced by the Family Responsibility Office
Cost of a Divorce, Family Law
By Peter Hearty / October 6, 2020

Order for Costs Enforced by the Family Responsibility Office

Costs are typically awarded to a successful party in a divorce trial. In certain circumstances, these cost awards may be...

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Date When Property is Valued in Divorce in Ontario
Calculation of Support Payments, Family Law, Property Distribution
By Peter Hearty / October 5, 2020

Date When Property is Valued in Divorce in Ontario

A contentious divorce issue is often the date when property is valued in Ontario. This date is when the couple...

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Bad Faith and the High Cost of Divorce
Calculation of Support Payments, Cost of a Divorce, Family Law
By Peter Hearty / October 4, 2020

Bad Faith and the High Cost of Divorce

This is a story from a court decision released last week by the Ontario Court of Justice. This is a...

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Appealing a Family Law Decision in Ontario? What You Need to Know
Appeal, Family Law
By Peter Hearty / October 3, 2020

Appealing a Family Law Decision in Ontario? What You Need to Know

When someone is not successful on a family law motion, they often immediately consider an appeal. A review of Ontario...

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My Ex-Spouse is Sick and Can’t Pay Child Support
Calculation of Support Payments, Family Law
By admin / October 2, 2020

My Ex-Spouse is Sick and Can’t Pay Child Support

There are times when an ex-spouse can't work due to a medical condition. This limits their income and reduces their...

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