Ontario Family Law Podcast

46 - Do Parenting Plans and Family Court Orders Continue During COVID-19?

Ontario Family Law Podcast


Does COVID-19 mean that separated parents should not let the children see the other parent?  Does the corona virus crisis justify breaching court orders?  This special edition of the Ontario Family Law Podcast explains the law and provides tips for difficult situations.

46 - Do Parenting Plans and Family Court Orders Continue During COVID-19?

The corona virus crisis is having a profound impact on every aspect of our society.  With all the significant changes in the way that everyone is living every aspect of everyday life, and all the new public health requirements, separated parents are having questions about whether they should continue to follow the current parenting scheduled as set out in a Parenting Order or to an agreement with their ex.  All that is happening at a time when the Ontario court system is shut down and dealing with only the most desperate situations.  As a result, there are no court decisions providing guidance about exactly what parents should do about their parenting schedules in the midst of this crisis.  However, there are some established principles under our family laws that do provide some guidance.  This podcast goes over those laws to give some assistance to separated parents.

If you found this episode helpful or interesting, check out the following episodes:

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The Ontario Family Law Podcast is a companion to the book, Guide to the Basics of Ontario Family Law, which is available  as a $9.99 Kindle eBook, Kobo eBook, or iBook for your iPad or iPhone and as a paperback from Amazon and better bookstores.   Anyone who has to deal with issues that may go to Family Court, such as  child custody, child access or parenting after separation, should rely on both of the Ontario Family Law Podcast and the Guide to the Basics of Ontario Family Law for  give easy-to-understand information and advice about how the law applies to their case and what are the best ways to address their concerns.  The book also covers all the other related family law issues, such as child support, spousal support, property division and restraining orders.  To get your copy of the book, click on the picture of the book above and to the left.


Thousands of people tune into the Ontario Family Law Podcast to get valuable pointers on family law, divorce and separation issues.  Please feel free to share this podcast with your social network using the sharing buttons below.  The host of the Ontario Family Law Podcast, John Schuman, is a Certified Specialist in Family Law, practicing in Toronto.  If you would like to contact him, either call 416-446-5847, email us,  or fill out form below and click “send.”


You can comment on this podcast using the comments section below.  Share your experiences with losing money - or coming out ahead, in your separation or divorce to supplement what people learn from this important podcast. 

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45 - Resolving Family Law Disputes While the Family Courts Are Closed Due to COVID-19



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45 - Resolving Family Law Disputes While the Family Courts Are Closed Due to COVID-19

The closure of the Ontario Family Courts due to COVID-19 does NOT mean that separated spouses and parents have to wait to have their matters resolved.  Since separation and divorce is an uncomfortable period of transition for both adults, but especially children, waiting a few months for the courts to reopen could be painful and add additional stress and anxiety at an already difficult time.  In this edition of the Ontario Family Law Podcast, Certified Specialist, John P. Schuman, explains the procedures available to get your Family Law Matter resolved, even while the Courts are closed.  Everyone who has unresolved Family Law matters should listed so they do not have to suffer waiting to have these difficult matters resolved. 

If you found this episode helpful or interesting, check out the following episodes:

Guide to the Basics of Ontario Family Law - 4th edition cover
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Available_on_Kindle_Badge_US-UK_146x40
New Kobo Logo

Paperback available from:

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The Ontario Family Law Podcast is a companion to the book, Guide to the Basics of Ontario Family Law, which is available  as a $9.99 Kindle eBook, Kobo eBook, or iBook for your iPad or iPhone and as a paperback from Amazon and better bookstores.   Anyone who has to deal with issues that may go to Family Court, such as  child custody, child access or parenting after separation, should rely on both of the Ontario Family Law Podcast and the Guide to the Basics of Ontario Family Law for  give easy-to-understand information and advice about how the law applies to their case and what are the best ways to address their concerns.  The book also covers all the other related family law issues, such as child support, spousal support, property division and restraining orders.  To get your copy of the book, click on the picture of the book above and to the left.


Thousands of people tune into the Ontario Family Law Podcast to get valuable pointers on family law, divorce and separation issues.  Please feel free to share this podcast with your social network using the sharing buttons below.  The host of the Ontario Family Law Podcast, John Schuman, is a Certified Specialist in Family Law, practicing in Toronto.  If you would like to contact him, either call 416-446-5847, email us,  or fill out form below and click “send.”


You can comment on this podcast using the comments section below.  Share your experiences with losing money - or coming out ahead, in your separation or divorce to supplement what people learn from this important podcast. 

Contact Us:


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