Common-Law Relationship is defined by Ontario’s Family Law
- Two Individuals who have lived together for 3 years but are not married to each other
- Two Individuals who are in a permanent relationship and are parents of a Child
Common-Law couples don’t share the property like married couples as there is no Legal Characterization of “Matrimonial Home”. Moreover, common-law spouses have no right to share the value of other spouse property if there is no agreement established in place
How one is qualified for a Common Law Relationship
The Judge will consider certain factors in order to qualify an individual to be in a Common Law Relationship
- Do the unmarried couple have children together?
- Does the unmarried couple reside together?
- Does the unmarried couple support each other financially?
- Does the unmarried couple share an intimate relationship?
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