Global News Radio – David Frenkel talks prenuptial agreements and the importance of being financially prepared before you say, “I do”.


About Face: Essays on Addiction, Recovery, Therapies, and Controversies – Lisa Gelman and David Frenkel contributed two articles and the book was edited by an award-winning professor at Nipissing University Schulich School of Education

Lisa Gelman and David Frenkel contributed two articles in the book About Face: Essays on Addiction, Recovery, Therapies, and Controversies


Couples join less in holy matrimony and more in heavenly ignorance


The Lawyer’s Daily – Hidden mental health issues and family law


David Frenkel is quoted in Parliament

 

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CHCH Television – Lisa Gelman appearance on “Square Off” talking about DIY Divorce


CHCH Television – First Monday after New Years is known as ‘Divorce Day’

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National Post – Annulments are rare and tricky to get. So why would a McCain heiress in an acrimonious split file for one?

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Common Mistakes to Avoid When Preparing Financial Statements


Trust, freedom and inadequate financial disclosure


A different perspective on divorce: How it can help the individuals and the families


Advising family law litigators, protectors and clients on domestic violence issues


Paradigm shift needed


Courts consider whether alcohol mixes with employment in imputing income


Sex addiction and evidence in Canadian family law courts


Couples living together, apart


How the courts do the math on family loans


CJAD 800AM News Talk Radio


Using joint family venture to divide unmarried assets

The Lawyers Weekly

This article originally appeared in the September 23, 2016 issue of The Lawyers Weekly.


HelpMeSara – Podcast Feature

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Toronto Star – Seeking annulment for a quickie marriage? It’s not that easy

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Checkout My Business Magazine – Feature Article: This is where it starts to get better
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Global News Toronto – News Segment: Why some law firms are offering piecemeal services


Father’s credibility questioned after review of Instagram account


Be quick with disclosure of financial documents amid divorce: Gelman


Court asked to determine if a divorce overseas is valid


Can income be imputed where a payor spouse is in jail?


Like it or not: forcing the sale of the matrimonial home


When is imprisonment appropriate for non-payment of support arrears?


Voice of the Child reports now offered throughout Ontario


Self-employment income in the context of child support


Am I your biological father? Paternity tests and child support


Proving intentional underemployment a tough task


Is a judge obligated to read all materials filed in a family law case?


When Ontario courts can decide custody and access matters


Sperm donor who donated to lesbian couple denied parental rights


Can a child refuse to visit a parent?


Agreements to arbitrate in family law


Common law spouses and claims for constructive trust


Weigh pros, cons before making alcoholism allegation against ex


Deferring a child support obligation


Interim spousal support and child support


Effect of new terminology likely limited in family law


Variation of support in the face of a separation agreement


Case could place more financial responsibility on grandparents


Father loses joint custody but retains access


Court upholds cohabitation agreement waiving spousal support


Family-like environment keeps staff upbeat, helps clients

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Court Determines That it Lost Jurisdiction in Custody Dispute

Is it possible for a court, which has jurisdiction to deal with a matter, to subsequently lose jurisdiction? In a recent decision, an Ontario court found that, indeed, it could not maintain jurisdiction over the parties’ custody dispute since they had both returned to live in Japan.   The Parties’ Story In 2011, the parties …


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Court Looks At Whether It Has Jurisdiction To Order Reunification Therapy

Issues around custody and access to children can be one of the most stressful aspects of a separation or divorce. These issues can become more contentious when one parent is denied access to a child, or when one parent tries to influence the relationship between the child and the other parent. In a recent decision …


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Does a Child Getting Older Constitute a “Material Change in Circumstances” When Varying Parenting Time?

An Ontario court recently considered the interesting question of what constitutes a material change in circumstances when determining a party’s request to vary parenting time.   The Parties’ Story The parties had a child in 2014, but they never cohabited or had a relationship (they had several casual encounters only). The father was not present …


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