LINDSAY, ONTARIO—Russell Alexander Collaborative Family Lawyers has started a new weekly program to help two groups struggling during the coronavirus pandemic: first responders and restaurant workers.
With its “Save a Slice” initiative, an effort to provide food for first responders, the Ontario family law firm is buying pizza from local eateries and sending it to health care professionals on the front lines of the response.
For its inaugural event today, April 4, the firm ordered 50 pizzas from Lindsay, Ontario Italian restaurant Pane Vino to be delivered to the emergency room of Ross Memorial, a local hospital, to feed doctors, nurses and support staff.
The firm, which helps families going through divorce with a collaborative approach, has also created a new COVID-19 and Divorce Information Centre to provide answers to common questions during the pandemic. On the website, Ontario residents can get answers to questions about how to work remotely with their attorneys, how the pandemic may affect court dates and even how to avoid sparking a divorce during the stress of quarantine.
With attorneys deemed an essential service, the Russell Alexander Collaborative Family Lawyers remains open, although staffers are working remotely for their safety and the safety of their clients.
To learn more about Russell Alexander’s “Save a Slice” initiative, visit:
Russell Alexander Collaborative Family Lawyers
Russell Alexander Collaborative Family Lawyers is committed to practicing exclusively in the area of family law in Ontario dealing with all aspects, including separation and divorce, child custody and access, spousal support, child support, and division of family property. A team of lawyers provide guidance from start to finish, helping clients identify and understand the legal issues as well as the options and opportunities available through the transition. The firm has offices in Lindsay, Whitby, Oshawa, Markham, Peterborough and Toronto, Ontario.
For more information, visit: https://www.russellalexander.com