Forward-Thinking Family Law Lawyers Serving Six Offices throughout Toronto and Ontario

About Gelman and Associates

At Gelman and Associates, we take the time to listen to the needs of our clients in order to deliver the highest level of legal representation and best possible outcome. We care about your concerns, and will do our utmost to see that all your needs are met. Furthermore, with six offices throughout Aurora, Barrie, Downtown Toronto, Mississauga North York and Scarborough, we are just a short distance away in all directions.

Our Approach

Our lawyers guide our clients through Ontario’s family law system with compassion and understanding, while still aggressively protecting their rights. Although other firms may see you as a case, we get to know you as a person. We focus not just on your legal needs, but on you as an individual. Our lawyers strive to make our clients feel comfortable and empowered to make informed decisions. We will work tirelessly to deliver the best results possible, bringing you closure and satisfaction.

Contact Our Exceptional Family Law Lawyers at one of Our Six Offices throughout Aurora, Barrie, Downtown Toronto, Mississauga North York and Scarborough

We are here to help you in your time of need. Contact Gelman & Associates to learn how experienced family law lawyers can help protect your rights and assets during a separation, divorce or any other family law matter. In order to be available to clients and prospective clients, our phone lines are open Monday to Friday from 8 AM to 8 PM. Call us at (416) 736-0200 or 1-844-736-0200 or contact us online for a confidential initial consultation.

From the Blog

Latest posts from the Gelman & Associates blog

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Interim Spousal Support and Child Support

An Ontario court recently considered a case where the mother sought interim child support and spousal support from the father. In granting the mother’s motion, the court outlined the factors that it must take into account when making an interim order for support.   What Happened? The parties were married in January 2005 and separated …


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Ongoing Battle Over Whether Indigenous Law Should Apply over Ontario Family Law in Support Dispute Continues

We previously blogged about a contentious child support and spousal support dispute, in which an Indigenous father argued that band law should apply in lieu of Ontario family law where disputes involved Indigenous families. The original trial judge disagreed with the father’s position, and the father appealed further. The appeal is scheduled to be heard …


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Variation of Support in The Face of a Separation Agreement

An Ontario court recently considered a spouse’s request to reduce the child support and spousal support obligations that had been set out in the parties’ separation agreement. What Happened? The parties began living together in June 1983, married in December 1985, separated in August 2009 and divorced in January 2012. The parties had three children …


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