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Lawyers say court-ordered custody agreements must be followed, even during COVID-19


The tragedy of A.M. v. C.H.: Time for an interventionist approach


Producing financial disclosure in family law: A poem


Global News Radio – Gelman & Associates talk prenuptial agreements and the importance of being financially prepared before you say, “I do”.


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Counselling for family law clients during a sea of change


Couples join less in holy matrimony and more in heavenly ignorance


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


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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


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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


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Using joint family venture to divide unmarried assets

 

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When people separate or divorce, it’s not uncommon for one of the parties to look to move away. That’s usually not something that requires discussion. But when children are involved, and one of the parents wants to move, that’s when the courts may have to decide whether such a move is in the best interests …


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In most decisions related to access to children, the parties involved are one of the parents of the child. However, as seen in a recent decision from the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, there can be occasions when issues around having access to a child pop up between parents and other parties, such as in …


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