Jennifer Long from Gelman & Associates discusses 4 good reasons to opt for collaborative divorce.
Lisa Gelman appeared on Strictly Money with Saijal Patel where she spoke about how addictions can intersect both money and the separation/divorce process.
Watch Jeffrey Mammon on The Morrison Report, discussing family law in Ontario! Topics such as the difference between the rights of common law couples versus married couples, how separation can be navigated, and what marriage contracts, cohabitation agreements and prenuptial agreements contain, are discussed.
A 50 year friendship forms the foundation of lawyers Lisa Gelman and Karen Kotansky’s thriving family law practice, Gelman & Associates. As a female run firm, Gelman & Associates’ approach to law, places emphasis on the importance of nurturing relationships with their clients to deliver the best possible outcome. The customer experience is at the heart of the firm’s successful operation.
Family law lawyer Cindy Scharff from Gelman and Associates in Barrie, Ontario was quoted by MoneyWise on their article about how to protect one’s finances when leaving an abusive partner. She said that while safety is the number one concern, somebody has to think of how to leave.
“A lot of people are starting from zero trying to figure out: Well, what do I even have? And then, what do I need? Both of those can be big unknowns to people when they’re trying to figure out how they can do this,” says Scharff.
How do we teach our boys to be kind: “We can talk about how but the reality is who’s teaching them?”
Leadership Coach Mike Cameron recently joined Good Mornings with Dahlia Kurtz on Canada Talks, SiriusXM channel 167. In the SoundCloud segment, Cameron shared his insights on the subject of how kindness can be taught to boys at an early age.
Listen to the entire SoundCloud segment here.
Ontario family law lawyer Lisa Gelman was recently featured in CanadaTalks SiriusXM 16. She shares a unique perspective on how to divorce a spouse in these challenging times of pandemic and what you need to know about living together apart.
“There are some fun ways for people who are separating, who are amicable. They’ve just grown apart and they realize that they no longer are going to be a significant other to another. But usually, when they have children, as always be this, because they’ve decided for the best interest of their children being great parents. ‘We’re going to put our issues behind and put the issues of our children first and with them to come to the realization, either on an interim basis, or long term. We’re going to save living apart under the same words, although we’re separated.’”
Listen to the full segment here.
Listen to Season 3 Episode 3: What Do Family Lawyers Do? From Law Girl by Jasmine Daya on Apple Podcasts
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
National Post – Annulments are rare and tricky to get. So why would a McCain heiress in an acrimonious split file for one?
Global News Radio – Gelman & Associates talk prenuptial agreements and the importance of being financially prepared before you say, “I do”.