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- Representing Fathers in Family Law
What legal rights do fathers in Ontario have with regard to their child? There do not exist any actual “rights to a child” for mothers or fathers. The job of a judge or collaborative law team is to determine the issues of custody, access, and support based on the best interests of the child. That be … Read more »
- Making Sense of Severance: What You Need to Understand About ‘Severance’
Much of a lawyer’s job is to clarify various misconceptions that clients have about the law – i.e., about how our society addresses problems that people commonly encounter. Legal jargon can seem almost intentionally designed to confuse, and the terminology we use the area of employment and labour l … Read more »
- Collaborative Family Law
What is collaborative family law? Collaborative family law is a method of resolving disputes that takes place outside of the court system, in which both parties to the dispute work together with their family lawyers to arrive at a resolution. The first step in resolving a family law issue collaborat … Read more »
- What is Constructive Dismissal?
Work is a big part of our lives. For many of us, it provides not only income stability, but meaning and dignity. Indeed, the difference between a job you love and one that you need to drag yourself to everyday can be the difference between feeling fulfilled, and feeling you’re in a funk. The stre … Read more »
- Deepa Tailor’s LSO 2019 Bencher Election Statement
Fellow Lawyers: Thank you for taking the time to read my open letter to the profession. As a candidate in the 2019 LSO Bencher election, I hope to champion initiatives that will support lawyers in sole and small firm practice, recent calls, younger lawyers and women. I am running for Bencher of t … Read more »
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