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Alternatives to family law litigation: arbitration

In the final instalment of a two-part series on litigation alternatives, Toronto family lawyer and mediator Herschel Fogelman discusses arbitration. Properly conducted ... Read more

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How should I deal with my in-laws during divorce?

By Steven Benmor Most people think that divorce is the end of a relationship between a husband and wife. But the reality is that divorce results in the termination, or ... Read more

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Can income be imputed where a payor spouse is in jail?

By Lisa Gelman An Ontario court  recently explored  whether interim child support should be ordered when the payor spouse was incarcerated on the basis of imputing ... Read more

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Child support for university kids

By Marcus Sixta For a variety of reasons, many studies have shown that children today require more and more education to become self-sustaining. This means that children ... Read more

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Legal and emotional advice the priority following 'Divorce Day'

Separating spouses should get legal and emotional advice if they've decided to take part in “Divorce Day,” Markham family law lawyer Andrew Feldstein  tells ... Read more

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Six tips to overcome the legal bully in your divorce

By Angela Princewill Legal bullies come in a variety of forms. The most popular ones take advantage of the legal system, try to control/intimidate you by using the system ... Read more

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Formalize joint property purchases to avoid future conflict

It's not "unromantic" to establish terms and conditions for the acquisition of property that a couple purchases jointly, Toronto family lawyer Jennifer Samara Shuber ... Read more

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Be quick with disclosure of financial documents amid divorce: Gelman

To put it mildly, divorce is never fun, says Toronto family lawyer  Lisa Gelman . Your life is in turmoil, the children are upset, and your finances are in limbo, says ... Read more

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Common law v. marriage: legal relationships that sneak up on you

By Timothy N. Sullivan “Love and marriage go together like a horse and carriage…” When’s the last time you’ve seen a horse or been in a ... Read more

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Separation agreement not automatically invalidated by non-disclosure

Inadequate financial disclosure will not always be enough to set aside a separation agreement, Toronto family lawyer  Gary Joseph  tells  AdvocateDaily.com . In ... Read more

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Mediation-arbitration a viable choice when couples split: Benmor

Divorcing couples using a mediator should know the same person can become their arbitrator should they not come to an agreement, says Toronto family lawyer ,  mediator ... Read more

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Townsend to present at Toronto’s Elite Divorce Party

Toronto family lawyer and divorce recovery coach  Leanne Townsend  will share her insights on how to reinvent yourself and move forward after divorce at Toronto’s ... Read more

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Decision underscores that legal proceedings can’t be ignored

The Superior Court of Ontario was correct when it recently   refused to rescind a divorce because the ex-wife didn't know the proceeding occurred months earlier, Markham ... Read more

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Have the 'money talk' before living together, marrying

Couples shouldn’t wait until they’re living under the same roof to have a frank discussion about finances,  Toronto family lawyer and divorce recovery coach ... Read more

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Cohabitation agreements protect rights of unmarried couples: Lo Greco

Unmarried couples can minimize the chances of litigation over shared property with a well-drafted cohabitation agreement, Toronto family lawyer Joseph Lo Greco tells  ... Read more

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Two habitual residences: determining jurisdiction

By Andrew Feldstein A  child custody case  involving two habitual residences across borders recently caught the attention of family lawyers far and wide. The mother ... Read more

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Colman to parliamentarians: time to support equal shared parenting

Parliamentarians deciding on amendments to federal family laws should acquaint themselves with research on the value of equal shared parenting (ESP) rather than just dismissing ... Read more

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Skilled mediators help couples move beyond emotional baggage

Using a mediator to settle divorce issues is often the best way to achieve a positive result for all involved, Toronto family lawyer and mediator Kelly D. Jordan tells ... Read more

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Key steps for a productive meeting with your family lawyer

Being prepared when meeting with a family lawyer could make things move along more smoothly and save money, says Toronto family lawyer  Erin Simpson . Simpson, founder ... Read more

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Key questions to ask a family law mediator before hiring

Couples who decide to settle family law disputes through a mediator should ensure the one they choose is properly trained and certified, Fredericton family lawyer Jennifer ... Read more

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