Erin Chaiton-Murray

Erin Chaiton-Murray
Fogelman Law

Erin Chaiton-Murray, a partner with the Toronto firm Fogelman Law, focuses on family law.

She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in health studies and gerontology from McMaster University in 2004, before earning her joint Juris Doctor and Master of Social Work degrees from the University of Toronto in 2008. Ms. Chaiton-Murray was called to the Ontario bar in 2009.

Before joining Fogelman Law, Ms. Chaiton-Murray summered, articled, and practised family law with a Toronto family law boutique and later with a Bay Street firm.

She drafts all forms of domestic contracts, and acts for clients in support, property, and custody and access matters. She has co-authored numerous papers and articles, as well as a chapter in Evidence in Family Law

During law school, Ms. Chaiton-Murray was an executive board member and student caseworker for Downtown Legal Services, a community legal clinic and clinical education program in the family law division of the University of Toronto.

In addition, Ms. Chaiton-Murray completed social work practicums at The Hospital for Sick Children and the Office of the Children's Lawyer.

She is a member of the Ontario Bar Association and the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts.

Erin Chaiton-Murray In The News
Chaiton-Murray to present at LSO’s Family Law Refresher

Toronto family lawyer  Erin Chaiton-Murray  will share her insights on how to make case conferences and motions more effective at the Law Society of Ontario’s ... Read more

January popular for divorce applications, lawyer consultations

January is typically one of the busiest times of the year for divorce enquiries, and Toronto family lawyer Erin Chaiton-Murray recommends those seriously considering a split ... Read more

Children benefit from finality in parenting arrangements

A child's need for certainty should guide the parties in a custody dispute, Toronto family lawyer  Erin Chaiton-Murray  tells . ... Read more

Former spouse can share in ex's post-separation income boost

A separated spouse could feel the benefits of a former partner’s income boost, even if it occurred after they split, Toronto family lawyer  Erin Chaiton-Murray ... Read more

Study suggests propensity for divorce may be genetic

Marriage counsellors should explore troubled couples’ family histories after a study suggested a link between divorce and genetics, Toronto family lawyer  Erin ... Read more

Chaiton-Murray named Fogelman Law partner

Toronto family lawyer  Erin Chaiton-Murray  has been named a partner at  Fogelman Law . She tells she’s thrilled with the ... Read more

Court weighs in on new partner's impact on spousal support claim

A recent Superior Court judgment helps redress the dearth of family law decisions involving the impact of a new partner on existing spousal support orders, Toronto family ... Read more

Divorcing with business assets — what to expect

The end of a marriage is a time of tension and uncertainty that can become even more heated when one of the parties has their own company, making the services of a business ... Read more

Mediation, counselling help parents stay on track

When a marriage ends and emotions are running high, co-parenting counselling and mediation can help families keep the focus on the kids, not the conflict, says Toronto family ... Read more

Don’t post in haste, family lawyer warns

Social media and family law shouldn’t be Facebook friends, Toronto family lawyer Erin Chaiton-Murray tells . The issue of damaging social media posts ... Read more

Guidelines for special expenses in child support: Chaiton-Murray

A detailed separation agreement that clearly lays out any special expenses required for children could help avoid conflict down the road, says Toronto family lawyer  Erin ... Read more

Chaiton-Murray takes practical, resolution-focused approach to family law

Toronto family lawyer Erin Chaiton-Murray is enjoying the balance between independence and support in her most recent role as senior associate at Fogelman Law . She has been ... Read more

Keep children out of the middle of a divorce

One of the toughest challenges facing parents as their relationships crumble is to keep their children out of the crossfire, says Toronto family lawyer  Erin Chaiton-Murray . ... Read more

Home is where the heart was: when to sell the matrimonial home

Separating spouses must often set aside emotional attachments and consider what they can afford when deciding whether to keep or sell the matrimonial home, says Toronto family ... Read more

False allegations used to gain 'tactical advantage' in divorce

False accusations of various types, including assault in divorce and custody cases, can drive up court costs and — even if dismissed — make it difficult to reach a ... Read more

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