Dhillon Murthi Law


Electronic Evidence and Family Law

Electronic evidence refers video or audio recordings, emails, Facebook posts and cell phone recordings, amongst many other things. They are often useful to courts and can provide

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Wife of deceased terrorist can’t collect

Wife of deceased terrorist can’t collect on life insurance policy, Ontario court rules in a decision with broad implications for insurance applicants. The court ruled that the deceased

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Spousal Support

Spousal support is the payment of money from one spouse to another after a separation or divorce. The purpose of such support is to financially compensate one party if they are financially

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Guiding Principle

At Dhillon Law, our team is guided by a simple but important principle: access to justice must not be a privilege available to a select few; rather it must be a right available to all. As a

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Do citizens have fundamental right to privacy?

The Supreme Court of India grapples with the mighty issue in light of its two earlier decisions denying any such …fundamental rights. Those cases were decided in 1954 and 1962. (Sharma

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Legal Education

Mr. Dhillon makes several presentations throughout the year in the areas of family law, mental health law and wills and estates law to groups such as victims of domestic violence, members

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Trust Claim for A Property Bought in the Name of Husband

The case Lesko v. Lesko, 2021 ONCA 369 presented a very interesting case where Husband bought a fixer upper property before marriage. Wife contributed no monies towards purchase of the

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