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Family Day

Posted February 18, 2018

 

Happy family day from the lawyers and staff at Russell Alexander Collaborative Family ...

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Bitcoin and Divorce: Perils and Pitfalls

Posted February 18, 2018

 

Bitcoin and Divorce: Perils and Pitfalls

We are seeing increasing divorce cases that involve Bitcoin and other crypto currencies.

This Is Money reports that there have already been several divorce cases that involve Bitcoin. They rightly point out that discovery and tracing of this asset can be problematic for lawyers:
"Tracing cryptocurrencies could be enormously time-consuming and expensive. This is, of ...

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Lawyers Turned Actors

Posted February 16, 2018

Take a look at the behind the scenes of our new video shoot. We worked hard to bring you up to date information on important issues. New topics covered included child custody, spousal support, financial disclosure, and more.


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, ...

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Are Surreptitious Recordings Admissible in Family Court?

Posted February 15, 2018

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Are Surreptitious Recordings Admissible in Family Court?

A recent Alberta case called St. Croix. v. St. Croix gave the court an opportunity to review the Canadian law on whether surreptitious telephone recordings could be admitted in Family court.

The background facts that sparked this review featured a mother who had asked the court to admit her evidence of recorded telephone conversations ...

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2017 Russell Alexander Charitable Giving Fund Grant Recipient: 541 Café and Eatery

Posted February 14, 2018


2017 Russell Alexander Charitable Giving Fund Grant Recipient: 541 Café and Eatery

FEBRUARY 5, 2018

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Russell I. Alexander Awards 2018 Charitable Giving Fund Grant
541 Café and Eatery is excited to receive $2,500.00.

BROOKLIN, ON February 5, 2018 –

The Russell I. Alexander Charitable Giving Fund provides grants and ...

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Wednesday’s Video Clip: 4 Ways To Enforce Child and Spousal Support Orders in Ontario

Posted February 14, 2018

Wednesday's Video Clip: 4 Ways To Enforce Child and Spousal Support Orders in Ontario

For those ex-spouses who are subject to a court order or have agreed that one of them will pay spousal or child support to the other, there are several points about the enforcement of such orders or agreements that are noteworthy, this video reviews some important points to consider.

At Russell Alexander, Family Lawyers our ...

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Russell Alexander Filming New Family Law Content

Posted February 13, 2018

Russell Alexander Filming New Family Law Content

Our video shoot today covered topics such as spousal support, child support, children’s passports, how to address family businesses amidst separation or divorce, texting your partner, providing financial disclosure, and collaborative family law.

Our new content will be published on the FamilyLLB blog, as well as on our YouTube ...

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Court “Swipes Left” on Tinder’s Discriminatory Pricing Model

Posted February 13, 2018

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Court “Swipes Left” on Tinder’s Discriminatory Pricing Model

For those who don’t know, Tinder is a hugely-popular dating app, which allows users to view the profiles of potential dates and privately reject them by “swiping left” on their photos.

In a proposed California class-action lawsuit, Tinder’s pricing model for users was recently accused of being discriminatory, since it ...

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Coffee With Lawyers

Posted February 9, 2018

Coffee With Lawyers

From NBA to Law School. Enjoy your Friday evening with this light video introducing you to our Student at Law Ajit.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EWXgsXwXrXY&t=10s

 

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 family property, paternity disputes, and enforcement of court orders.  For more information, visit us ...

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A Day in the Life:  Court Uses “Ladder” Metaphor to Get Through to Firefighter Dad

Posted February 8, 2018

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A Day in the Life:  Court Uses “Ladder” Metaphor to Get Through to Firefighter Dad

In an upcoming blog about an Ontario court decision in which the court was tasked with sorting out a particularly acrimonious, high-conflict separation and divorce between couple.  The result was a written court ruling that took up more than 1,200 paragraphs.

Obviously, the court had quite a lot to say.  ...

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