Family Law Now 🎙 LIVE presents a new free virtual webinar event with Ontario divorce lawyers Russell Alexander and Margie Primero-Pimentel of Russell Alexander Collaborative Family Lawyers.
Top 10 Things you Should Know About the Divorce Act Changes
In this 1-hour webinar, Russell Alexander and Margie Primero-Pimentel of Russell Alexander Collaborative Lawyers will be discussing the recent amendments to the Divorce Act in Canada and the impact it may have on your Family Law matters. This webinar is aimed to provide helpful tips and insights to help navigate these changes.
Attendees will have the opportunity to submit their questions for Russell and Margie to address during the Q&A portion of the presentation. As always, to respect confidentiality, audience members’ identities will remain anonymous.
The previous live event was sold out! Register now for the upcoming free webinar on Wednesday May 12, 2021 at 12pm EST to reserve your spot.
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