Inna Tsinman

Inna Tsinman
FIRM:
Tsinman Law
POSITION:
Founder and Principal
AREAS OF PRACTICE:
Family

Inna Tsinman, founder and principal of the Toronto firm Tsinman Law, focuses on family law.

She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in political science from York University and her Master of Arts in immigration and settlement from Ryerson University, before earning her Doctor of Law from Osgoode Hall Law School in 2011. Ms. Tsinman was called to the Ontario Bar in 2012.

Ms. Tsinman assists with a wide variety of family law matters including alternative dispute resolution, cohabitation agreements, common-law relationships, marriage contracts, hidden assets and marital fraud, paternity agreements, separation agreements, spousal and child support, as well as child custody, access, relocation, and matters relating to the Hague Convention.

She handles complex financial issues including support, property, and trust issues, and has assisted families of professionals and business owners.

In addition to her legal practice, Ms. Tsinman teaches and prepares candidates for the NCA and Ontario Barrister examinations.

Inna Tsinman Posts

Court considers husband’s financial control over his wife

When spousal support and property division are being considered by the court in divorces, financial abuse must also be weighed as a factor, says Toronto family lawyer Inna Tsinman. Read more

Seek legal advice for professor abuse of power: Tsinman

In the academic environment, a student-professor relationship can start as one of mentorship but may slip over the line into one of intimacy and manipulation, placing someone in an uncomfortable power dynamic, says Toronto family lawyer Inna Tsinman. Read more

Britain’s domestic abuse law to recognize financial control

Canada is joining other countries in recognizing that domestic abuse includes economic control, but further steps must be taken to ensure the abused spouse is protected, says Toronto family lawyer Inna Tsinman. Read more

Affluent abuse a growing, global phenomenon

While domestic abuse is often considered to exist largely in the realm of the have-nots, Toronto family lawyer Inna Tsinman says, in fact, it has no socio-economic boundaries. Read more

Economic coercion not bound by social class

The murder of a prominent family physician by her neurosurgeon husband demonstrates that violence and domestic abuse transcend socioeconomic status, says Toronto family lawyer Inna Tsinman. Read more

Annulment case supports Tsinman’s call for economic coercion tort

A case involving a woman — who was told her job would only be secure if she married her boss’s friend — would be a good fit for a new tort of economic coercion, Toronto family lawyer Inna Tsinman tells AdvocateDaily.com. Read more

Proposal for a new tort of economic coercion

A test for the tort of mental distress arising from sexual coercion would help protect women in this developing legal area, Toronto family lawyer Inna Tsinman tells AdvocateDaily.com. Read more

Time to recognize the tort of mental distress: Tsinman

Mental distress arising from sexual coercion is something that can no longer be ignored, creating the need to recognize the tort in family law, Toronto family lawyer Inna Tsinman tells AdvocateDaily.com. Read more

Challenging stereotypes: the path to gender equality

Before true equality can exist between men and women, society will need to think critically about some entrenched assumptions that frequently go unchallenged, Toronto family lawyer Inna Tsinman tells AdvocateDaily.com. Read more

Family law is Tsinman's tool for transforming, empowering clients

Due to her personal experience with the family law system, Toronto family lawyer Inna Tsinman could never have predicted her future career . Read more