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  • When is a Parallel Parenting Order Best?

    In a recent Blog called “Joint Custody? Parallel Custody?  What’s the Difference?  And When Can They Work?” …the court heard the story of a couple who had met in 2004, married in 2014, and separated in 2015 after an incident where the police were called. The wife now had a raft of complaints over he … Read more »

  • Wednesday’s Video Clip: We’re Here to Help

    Wednesday’s Video Clip: We’re Here to Help At Russell Alexander, Family Lawyers our focus is exclusively family law, offering pre-separation legal advice and assisting clients with family related issues including: custody and access, separation agreements, child and spousal support, division of fami … Read more »

  • New Family Law Rules on Expert Evidence

    New Family Law Rules on Expert Evidence As recently as last week a new set of family law rules relating to evidence have come into force, namely the use of expert reports in cases. More often than not in cases evidence is submitted to the court from an individual claiming to be an “expert”, when in … Read more »

  • Jet-Setting Dad Won’t Cough Up Credit Card Statements – So Court Declines to Grant His Order

    Jet-Setting Dad Won’t Cough Up Credit Card Statements – So Court Declines to Grant His Order A recent Ontario ruling illustrate a simple point, and one that should be heeded by all Family litigants:  Spouses must make full financial disclosure – even if it could hurt their case.  In a recent case ca … Read more »

  • Who Pays Child Support in Ontario?

    Who Pays Child Support in Ontario? The Details of Ontario Child Support Child Custody and Access When parents are going through a separation or divorce, some of the most difficult decisions that need to be made are those concerning the children. Who will the children live with? Who will have custody … Read more »