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Court to Delinquent Husband: If You Don’t Play By the Rules, You Don’t Get to Play A while ago I reported on one of several decisions in the ongoing litigation saga in Schwilgin v. Szivy, where the self-represented husband had made some procedural…

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Wednesday’s Video Clip: 10 Ways to Get Information About Family Law In this video we discuss how there are many professional people, organizations and other sources that can help you or provide information about family law issues: 1. An information centre…

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From all of us at Russell Alexander Family Lawyers, have a wonderful and safe holiday with your family.

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Wife Dumps Husband Over Trump Recently I wrote about a man who was so desperate to leave his wife of 31 years that he robbed a bank in order to get thrown in jail. To add to the theme of “precipitous separations”, there was report in the U.S. recently of…

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This week we will review: Wife Dumps Husband Over Trump, and, Court to Delinquent Husband – If You Don’t Play By the Rules, You Don’t Get to Play. On Wednesday we have a Video Clip about 10 Ways to Get Information About Family Law. Learn more by visiting…

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Generally speaking, no. However, if you and your spouse do not have “children of the marriage”, a claim for divorce can be brought in the jurisdiction that either of you normally reside.  Under the law in Ontario, if there are still “children of the…

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Can a Parent be in Contempt When Kid Disobeys a Court Order? In many of the child custody and access cases I write about, the central dispute boils down to the fact that the parents of the child are at odds in terms of what custody arrangements they want…

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Wednesday’s Video Clip: Confidentiality In this video we discuss how all information you provide to your lawyer is completely private and confidential. All the details of your case will be handled with the utmost confidentiality and respect for your…

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Can a Judge Go “Off the Map” When Making a Ruling? In an interesting recent Court of Appeal case named Gomez v. McHale, a question arose as to whether a motion judge, asked to award an amount for equalization of net family property, was constrained to…

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This week we will review: Can a Judge Go “Off the Map” When Making a Ruling? And; Can a Parent be in Contempt When Kid Disobeys a Court Order? On Wednesday we have a Video Clip about Confidentiality. Learn more by visiting www.familyllb.com.
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