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Amendments to the Divorce Act come into force


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Breaking up is hard to do during a pandemic


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”.

 

About Face: Essays on Addiction, Recovery, Therapies, and Controversies – Lisa Gelman 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

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


Gelman & Associates 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

 

 

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

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After deciding to end your marriage, the real work towards doing so begins.  For some, the immediate step is to obtain legal representation and begin to communicate with your soon-to-be ex-spouse through lawyers. However, prior to your case ending up in court, you will have the opportunity to decide if mediation may be a good …


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Foreign Divorce Opinion Letter and What It Does

If you divorce or separate, you’ll have to make many important decisions, including how you’ll manage your finances and where you’ll live. If you have children, you focus on their needs. Learn about your duties and rights. Other family laws are federal, while others are territorial or provincial. You should know which family laws apply …


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Divorce During COVID-19

Divorce may sound straightforward, but it’s not easy for a couple to decide to end their marriage. Both parties often spend a lot of time addressing problems before deciding to file a divorce, but sometimes they can’t fix those and decide that a divorce is the best. If this happens to your family, it can …


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