Russ recently spoke with May Warren from the Toronto Star about upcoming changes to make the language of the Divorce Act more neutral and reduce the harmful “winner-loser” mindset by using terms like “parenting time” instead of “custody” and “access.” He also talked about how the government could do a better job letting the public know about ways to avoid long and protracted custody battles, including mediation.
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This week we will review: Can Couple’s Ukrainian Divorce Decree Pre-date Their Separation?; and Ontario Family Law Case Established New “False Light” Privacy Tort
Wednesday’s Video Clip: Family Courts and Rules – The Basics
This week we will review: Husband Seeks Spousal Support and “Damages” under Civil Process, Rather than under Family Law – Entire Claim Struck Out; and The Marriage Was Called Off: Was Engagement Ring a Conditional Gift Requiring Return?
Wednesday’s Video Clip: Enforceable Marriage Contracts
This week we will review: Surprise! Father Changes Will to Benefit New Wife Over Devoted Son – The Law on Revoking a Will; and Self-Represented Litigants: Can the Court Bend the Rules?
Wednesday’s Video Clip: Great Place to Work Certified
This week we will review: Wedding Gets Called Off – Bride’s Sister Expects to Get Unused Wedding Gown; and “Friend of the Court”, Part Two – Where Parties are Self-Represented
Wednesday’s Video Clip: Top 5 Questions About Spousal Support in Ontario