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

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

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Wednesday’s Video Clip: Sharing Our Gratitude

Wednesday’s Video Clip: Sharing Our Gratitude

What are you grateful for? Let us know in the comments below! Our staff recognizes the value in experiencing and expressing gratitude. We often share our thankful thoughts with each other, and today we chose to share them with you!

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

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

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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 disputes, and enforcement of court orders.  For more information, visit us at RussellAlexander.com

Wednesday’s Video Clip: Saving the Golden Goose – How a Family Business Can Survive After Divorce

Wednesday’s Video Clip: Saving the Golden Goose – How a Family Business Can Survive After Divorce

Speakers: Russell Alexander, Carrie Heinzl, Jason Kwiatkowski Learn how to help a small business thrive during divorce from an experienced Family Lawyer, Financial Professional and Business Valuator.

 

Wednesday’s Video Clip: Can parents be kept from seeing their children if they do not pay child support?

Wednesday’s Video Clip: Can parents be kept from seeing their children if they do not pay child support?

No. The law assumes that it is usually good for a child to have a relationship with both parents. Keeping a parent from seeing his or her child is considered punishing the child. The law will not punish a child because his or her parent fails to pay child support. The law gives parents who do not have custody “access” to their children so they can spend time together. Access can be refused or limited only if the parent’s behaviour is likely to harm the child. The courts will not refuse access because the parent does not pay support. And the parent with custody should not refuse access for this reason. There are other ways to get support from a non-paying parent.

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Can a common-law couple adopt a child?

Can a common-law couple adopt a child?

In Ontario, common-law spouses have the same rights as married spouses to adopt a child; they are also subject to the exact same requirements. These include the requirement that they have both reached the age of 18, that they provide certain documents (e.g. medical reports, police clearance reports, letters of reference, financial statements, and similar) and that they participate in both a home study process and an education program. The home study may be completed either privately, or by a Children’s Aid social worker.

 

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 at RussellAlexander.com

 

Wednesday’s Video Clip: How Long Does Child Support Continue in Ontario?

Wednesday’s Video Clip: How Long Does Child Support Continue in Ontario?

In Ontario, child support must be paid as long as the child remains a dependent.

In this video, family lawyer Russell Alexander discusses how long child support continues and when a court, or parents, should consider stopping or terminating child support payments.

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 at RussellAlexander.com

Wednesday’s Video Clip: How to Find More Information About Ontario Family Law

Wednesday’s Video Clip: How to Find More Information About Ontario Family Law

In this law video Russell Alexander review the different ways you can get more information about family law.

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 at RussellAlexander.com