By Cheryl Goldhart
Founder and Principal of Goldhart Law and Goldhart Mediation & Arbitration.

NEW BLOG ALERT on our sister site Goldhart Law PC: Navigating Common Law Relationships In Ontario – The Family Law Issues.  The legal distinctions between common law relationships and marriage can be complex. Our latest blog provides a guide to these differences.

Key Takeaways include:

  • Key legal distinctions for common law couples.
  • Importance of understanding property and asset division.
  • The importance of Cohabitation Agreement

Don’t miss out on essential insights—click the link to read now and empower your relationship decisions.

Let’s continue to elevate the practice of family law in Ontario!

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Cheryl Goldhart is a mediator and arbitrator who can make a difference in resolving your family disputes.

  • Near Four Decades of Family Law Experience: Chery’s career spansl nearly 40 years dedicated exclusively to the practice of family law.
  • Masters Degree in Counselling: Armed with a Master’s Degree in Counselling, Cheryl combines empathetic understanding with profound insight.
  • Certified Family Law Specialist by the Law Society of Ontario: Cheryl’s expertise in family law is certified by the Law Society of Ontario, recognizing her as a specialist in the field.
  • Accreditation in Mediation from OAFM: Cheryl’s family law mediation expertise is recognized and accreditated by the Ontario Association for Family Mediation.
  • Professional Arbitration Designation by ADR Institute: The ADR Institute of Ontario has granted Cheryl a professional designation in arbitration, affirming her expertise in this area.
  • Award-Winning Contributions to Family Law: Cheryl has been honored with numerous awards and accolades for her significant contributions to family law, including the prestigious Ontario Bar Association’s Award for Excellence in Family Law.

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Disclaimer: The information provided in this blog post is intended for general informational purposes only and should not be considered as legal advice. Consult with a qualified family law attorney for advice regarding your specific situation. Goldhart Mediation & Arbitration is not responsible for any actions taken based on the information presented in this blog.

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