Cheryl Goldhart recently lectured at the Canadian Bar Association’s 7th Annual “Bread and Butter Issues”. Cheryl spoke about Daag v. Cameron, a case that has had widespread implications on the inclusion of life insurance provisions in separation agreements. The lecture focused on what family law lawyers can do to secure their clients’ rights to child support and/or spousal support if the payor spouse dies while his/her obligation to pay support still exists. This is an important issue that remains at the forefront of family law.
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