Blame is present in nearly every family law dispute. It doesn’t help.

Domestic violence, while not an issue in most cases, is the biggest issue when it exists.

This is not an issue to be handled without help. Call a lawyer or get an agency to help you. No one deserves to live in a violent home.

Even this tough issue – violence – can be addressed and solved. We’ve helped many, many people reach resolution and find safety for themselves and their spouses. Things get better. This will all work out. You can count on it.

 

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Introducing Jennifer Shuber, Certified Specialist in Family Law

Gelman & Associates is thrilled to welcome Jennifer Shuber to our firm. Jennifer is a highly-regarded family lawyer and has been practicing exclusively in the area of family law for the past two decades. Jennifer left a very successful practice to join the Gelman & Associates team and will be based in Toronto. Jennifer is …


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Court Refuses to Set Aside Separation Agreement

In a recent decision, an Ontario court considered the interesting question of when it might be appropriate to set aside a separation agreement. As it turns out, the answer to this question may be more complicated than it seems.   The Parties’ Story The parties were married for approximately 19 years and separated in 2008. …


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Is Parental Alienation a Mental Health Issue?

The concept of parental alienation can, unfortunately, be common in the practice of family law; one that can affect decisions relating to support or even custody in some cases. However, parental alienation may soon also be considered a medical diagnosis, labelled as a disease with long-term repercussions affecting the children of parents who use manipulation …


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