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"Russell changed my life – with dignity, integrity – and all out of court. I stopped worrying when I retained him. Collaborative practice is just better practice." - Sarah V.

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Should Dad Be Forced to Cook Gluten-Free?

Posted December 6, 2018

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Should Dad Be Forced to Cook Gluten-Free?

In the recent decision in Beaulieu v. Beaudoin, the court was asked to rule on several continuing disputes between now-divorced parents in relation to the custody, access and care of their four children, three of whom had special needs. Specifically, one child had been diagnosed with autism and ADHD, while two others had severe ...

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Wednesday’s Video Clip: Client Testimonial 

Posted December 5, 2018

 

Wednesday's Video Clip: Client Testimonial 

In this short video our client Wendy discusses the services, support and assistance she received at Russell Alexander, Family Lawyers.

Thank you for your support and kind recommendation Wendy. From the all our staff and lawyers we wish you the very best.

At Russell Alexander, Family Lawyers our focus is exclusively family law, offering pre-separation legal advice and assisting ...

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An Example of How Family Violence is Addressed in Family Law

Posted December 4, 2018

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An Example of How Family Violence is Addressed in Family Law

There’s no doubt:  Family law disputes can get nasty.   Emotions run high, and intemperate conduct can quickly escalate.  A recent B.C. case addressed illustrated the type of misbehaviour that can result in one spouse getting a protection order against the other.

The wealthy couple – who owned assets around the world estimated to be worth $50 million ...

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Divorce Information Centre Update: Representing Yourself In An Ontario Family Law Matter

Posted December 1, 2018

Divorce Information Centre Update: Representing Yourself In An Ontario Family Law Matter

Check out the information we have recently posted regarding self-representation in Ontario, here

The Divorce Centre includes an easy to navigate guide regarding family law issues, as well as frequently asked questions and informative videos. More information will be added regularly, so be sure to check back for new topics.

The Divorce Centre can be explored further, ...

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Court Declares Excuses “Ludicrous” and “Preposterous”

Posted November 29, 2018

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Court Declares Excuses “Ludicrous” and “Preposterous”

Family Court judges hear cases all day long, and it’s likely fair to say that they’ve “heard it all.”

More to the point, they’ve likely heard a wide array of what are (at best) improbable excuses from litigants, who are called to task for non-compliance with court orders, especially those relating to a failure to provide full and frank ...

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Wednesday’s Video Clip: The Path to a Successful Divorce

Posted November 28, 2018

Wednesday's Video Clip: The Path to a Successful Divorce

While the breakdown of a marriage is never an easy or happy time, the process can go smoothly or it can be a roller coaster. On top of all the emotional turmoil, it is time-consuming, costly and very confusing. That’s why Russell Alexander has written a book outlining the path to a successful divorce, taking readers step-by-step through the process from finding a ...

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Taking the Kids to See Grandma This Holiday?  Read This First

Posted November 27, 2018

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Taking the Kids to See Grandma This Holiday?  Read This First

With the upcoming season of holiday travel almost upon us, a recent Ontario case provides a good reminder:  Separated and divorced parents must strictly abide by the terms of any agreement or order in place for travelling with their children.

In Shapiro v. Feintuch the court was asked to resolve a dispute between two ...

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Texas Wife ‘Blows Up’ Marriage Memorabilia to Celebrate Divorce Being Finalized 

Posted November 22, 2018

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Texas Wife 'Blows Up' Marriage Memorabilia to Celebrate Divorce Being Finalized 

On the Saturday night of November 10th, Kimberly Santleben-Stiteler held a party consisting of about 40 guests in Medina County, Texas. This party was to celebrate the finalization of ending of her 'miserable' marriage of 14 years.

During the party, the wife compiled a garage full of items such ...

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