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Below is a preview of the five most recent posts from the blog Family Law Now. To read these posts in their entirely or subscribe to future updates from this blog, please visit their website!

  • COVID-19 and Divorce (Part II) Law Firm Management

    Reunited four months later, Russell Alexander, Billie Tarascio, and Brian Galbraith reflect on recent changes in their work life for their teams, existing clients, court procedures, and intake process. Brian Walters joins in the conversation as well to reveal his experience of “record breaking numbe … Read more »

  • Divorce H.E.L.P.

    On this episode, Russell Alexander invites collaborative professionals to announce H.E.L.P (High Efficiency Legal Process). The current pandemic limits the already overburdened court system even more. Fortunately, more couples are determined to be key players in the planning and the settlement proce … Read more »

  • Spousal Support – Part III

    On this episode, Russell Alexander is joined by Jason Isenberg and Nafisa Nazarli to discuss income and financial statements with respect to spousal support. Family court evaluates legitimacy of financial information provided and has the right to impute income. Consider the timeline and grounds to a … Read more »

  • Ontario Child Support during a Pandemic

    On this episode, Russell Alexander invites experts Brian Galbraith, Jennifer Reynolds, and Abi Adeusi to discuss common concerns surrounding child support in light of the pandemic. Learn more about the basics of child support and the outcomes of recent court cases. What should the child support payo … Read more »

  • Ontario Spousal Support during a Pandemic

    In this episode, Russell Alexander invites family lawyers Wylita Clark, Carolyn Warner, and Josh Glieberman to answer the questions: What can we expect about spousal support going forward in light of the pandemic? Is spousal support going to be considered ‘urgent’ by the Ontario courts? Whether you … Read more »