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Does Clan Law Govern Family Dispute Between Indigenous Couple?  Appeal Court Hands Down Latest Ruling

Posted October 18, 2018

 

Image result for indigenous lawDoes Clan Law Govern Family Dispute Between Indigenous Couple?  Appeal Court Hands Down Latest Ruling

The next chapter in the ongoing legal saga in the case of Beaver v. Hill has arrived – in the form of an Court of Appeal decision which potentially allows an important constitutional question on Indigenous self-governance to get a full hearing before an Ontario court in the ...

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Wednesday’s Video Clip: Have you seen our new YouTube Videos?

Posted October 17, 2018

Wednesday's Video Clip: Have you seen our new YouTube Videos?

The team over at Russell Alexander Family Lawyers worked extremely hard to bring you these new question and answer videos. We've covered an array of topics and are excited to share this new information with you.

For more information check out our website: ...

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Cheating Wife Busted When Husband Spots Her on Google Maps

Posted October 16, 2018

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Cheating Wife Busted When Husband Spots Her on Google Maps

Many of my past Blogs have chronicled the use – or attempted use – of Facebook evidence in Canadian family law proceedings.  But here’s a little twist:  In a news item from Peru, a husband learned of his wife’s extramarital affair through an image he found on Google Maps, through the “Street View” ...

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$25 Online “Therapy Dog” Certificate Did Not Solve Former Couple’s Dog Ownership Dispute

Posted October 11, 2018

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$25 Online “Therapy Dog” Certificate Did Not Solve Former Couple’s Dog Ownership Dispute

The recent decision in Murray v. Choudhary features an interesting twist on the usual dog-ownership dispute between formerly married couples.

The spouses had been married 10 years when they separated, and had numerous issues that they needed the court to resolve between them.  These ...

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Wednesday’s Video Clip: Walking Paws For the Cause

Posted October 10, 2018

Wednesday's Video Clip: Walking Paws For the Cause

Supporting the Humane Society by participating in the Friends for Life! Walk 2018 was such an enjoyable fulfilling charitable event for myself and the team.

See pictures of our lawyers with their pups: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?s...

Video by: Daphne ...

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Was Jailed Dad “Intentionally Unemployed” For Child Support Purposes?

Posted October 9, 2018

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Was Jailed Dad “Intentionally Unemployed” For Child Support Purposes?

In a recent Ontario child support case, the court grappled with a narrow question: Should it ignore the fact that the support-paying husband landed himself in jail, and simply assume he was still earning the same income as before?  Was his incarceration tantamount to being “intentionally unemployed”?

In ...

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“Determining Value is Not a Dartboard” – Neither Spouse is Credible, Court Finds

Posted October 4, 2018

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“Determining Value is Not a Dartboard” – Neither Spouse is Credible, Court Finds

In a recent case called Knight v. Knight, the court went back to first principles to conclude that neither spouse had given credible evidence in their matrimonial proceeding, and that the court had to draw its own conclusions as to their collective and individual assets, ...

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Wednesday’s Video Clip: How To Use Technology to Improve your Family Law Practice

Posted October 3, 2018

Wednesday's Video Clip: How To Use Technology to Improve your Family Law Practice

Webinar: https://store.lso.ca/how-to-use-techn...

Video by: Daphne Brookes

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 ...

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