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Gelman & Associates
10 Milner Business Court
3rd Floor
Scarborough, ON M1B 3M6
(416) 736-0200
1-844-736-0200

Gelman & Associates is pleased to have recently opened up a new office in the increasingly popular Toronto suburb of Scarborough. With ample parking, our Scarborough office is located just off highway 401 near the intersection of Markham Road and Sheppard Avenue East, and is also close to public transit, making it very accessible. The immediate vicinity is home to a wide variety of businesses including well-known names in the media, financial, insurance, law and telecommunications sectors. Our Scarborough Family Lawyers Carolyn Chambers, Jeffrey Mammon and Paul Slan are happy to meet with you to discuss your matter and to ensure that your rights are protected.

Please note this is a satellite office and our staff are only there on certain days. This means you will need to book an appointment with us prior to arriving at this location. For more information please contact us.


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How are Pensions Affected During a Separation or Divorce in Ontario

Private pensions are a valuable component of retirement planning for many Canadians as they offer predictable income and financial security beyond the Canada Pension Plan CPP. In Ontario, private pensions hold significant value, making them complex assets to handle during divorce or separation proceedings. Here are some commonly asked questions from our clients during separation …


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Grandparents Obtaining Custody (Decision-Making Responsibility) Over Their Grandkids

The well-being of a child can be as important to a grandparent as it is to a mother or father. Although most cases dealing with access and decision-making responsibility (formerly custody) are brought by parents, a grandparent may also seek a parenting order. While Canadian law does acknowledge a grandparent’s right to request access to …


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Understanding Parental Alienation in Ontario

In Ontario, parental alienation is recognized as a serious concern that can negatively impact the parent-child relationship as well as the wellbeing of the child.  Alienating actions may be subject to legal consequences in Ontario, whether they have occurred deliberately or unintentionally in family law proceedings. Speaking to a family lawyer can help clarify what …


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Toronto

4211 Yonge Street • Suite #210 • Toronto • Ontario • M2P 2A9

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Aurora **

16 Industrial Parkway South • Aurora • Ontario • L4G 0R4

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Barrie

500 Mapleton Avenue, Suite A • Barrie, Ontario • L4N 9C2

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Downtown Toronto **

100 King Street West • Suite #5600 • Toronto • Ontario • M5X 1C9

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Mississauga

4257 Sherwoodtowne Blvd Suite #300 • Mississauga Ontario • L4Z 1Y5

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Scarborough **

10 Milner Business Court • 3rd Floor • Scarborough • Ontario • M1B 3M6

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Grimsby **

33 Main Street West, • Grimsby • Ontario • L3M 1R3

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Whitby **

105 Consumers Drive - Unit 2, • Whitby • Ontario • L1N 1C4

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** Satellite office that requires you to book an appointment with us prior to arriving at the office.
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