2021 Webinar Series

Top 10 Things You Should Know About the Divorce Act Changes

with Russell Alexander & Margie Primero-Pimentel

LSO law society of ontario Accredited
This program contains 1 hour of Professionalism Content.

Wednesday, May 12 – 12:00 pm EST

Registration is now open to attend Family Law Now LIVE. Reserve your spot now as spaces are limited.

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Our Hosts

Russell Alexander, Founder & Senior Partner


Russell is the Founder and Senior Partner of Russell Alexander Collaborative Family Lawyers firm. With over 20 years of experience, Russell offers a wealth of knowledge and expertise in Collaborative Family Law. In addition to helping clients with separation, divorce, custody, and support issues, Russell oversees the operations of seven offices within the firm. He uses his experience to create unique solutions for each of his clients to enable them and their families to move forward with their lives in a compassionate, collaborative, and client-focused manner.

Margie Primero-Pimentel, Associate Family Lawyer

headshot of margie Margie has over 13 years of experience in Family Law. Margie is passionate about facilitating fair and reasonable settlements for her clients both as a Collaborative Family Law Practitioner and as a Mediator. Margie approaches law in a holistic manner and believes that, as a Family Lawyer, she has a unique opportunity to provide emotionally-intelligent advice to clients that will assist them in moving forward with their lives in a better position with the best interest of her clients and their children in mind.

Webinar Description

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.


Zoom Divorce for Clients & The Modern Lawyer

with Russell Alexander & Michelle Mulchan

Wednesday, May 26 – 12:00 pm EST

Registration is now open to attend Family Law Now LIVE. Reserve your spot now as spaces are limited.

Register Now

Our Hosts

Russell Alexander, Founder & Senior Partner

Russell is the Founder and Senior Partner of Russell Alexander Collaborative Family Lawyers firm. With over 20 years of experience, Russell offers a wealth of knowledge and expertise in Collaborative Family Law. In addition to helping clients with separation, divorce, custody, and support issues, Russell oversees the operations of seven offices within the firm. He uses his experience to create unique solutions for each of his clients to enable them and their families to move forward with their lives in a compassionate, collaborative, and client-focused manner.

Michelle Mulchan, Associate Family Lawyer

michelleMichelle has been practicing Family Law for over 10 years. She is skilled in all areas of Family Law including divorce, custody access, property division, child and spousal support, and Family Responsibility Office enforcement matters. Her focus is on creating comprehensive, creative resolutions to family law matters. And Michelle excels at helping clients deal with complex financial issues that arise as a result of a separation.

Webinar Description

The Family Law landscape has changed significantly over the past year with the implications of the COVID-19 pandemic. Law professionals and clients alike have been forced to adapt in the shift to a more virtual world.

This 1-hour webinar is aimed to provide our community with tips, tricks & best practices for navigating divorce via Zoom.

Attendees will have the opportunity to submit their questions for Russell and Michelle to address during the Q&A portion of the presentation. As always, to respect confidentiality, audience members’ identities will remain anonymous.

Registration is complimentary. Reserve your spot now as spaces are limited.


How to Divorce During the Pandemic

with Russell Alexander & Michelle Mulchan

LSO law society of ontario Accredited
This program contains 1 hour of Professionalism Content.

Wednesday, June 9 – 12:00 pm EST

Registration is now open to attend Family Law Now LIVE. Reserve your spot now as spaces are limited.

Register Now

Our Hosts

Russell Alexander, Founder & Senior Partner

Russell is the Founder and Senior Partner of Russell Alexander Collaborative Family Lawyers firm. With over 20 years of experience, Russell offers a wealth of knowledge and expertise in Collaborative Family Law. In addition to helping clients with separation, divorce, custody, and support issues, Russell oversees the operations of seven offices within the firm. He uses his experience to create unique solutions for each of his clients to enable them and their families to move forward with their lives in a compassionate, collaborative, and client-focused manner.

Michelle Mulchan, Associate Family Lawyer

michelleMichelle has been practicing Family Law for over 10 years. She is skilled in all areas of Family Law including divorce, custody access, property division, child and spousal support, and Family Responsibility Office enforcement matters. Her focus is on creating comprehensive, creative resolutions to family law matters. And Michelle excels at helping clients deal with complex financial issues that arise as a result of a separation.

Webinar Description

In this 1-Hour Live Webinar, Russell Alexander and Michelle Mulchan, of Russell Alexander Collaborative Family Lawyers, will discuss the unique nuances of divorce during a pandemic. The past year has brought uncertainty and change and there have been unique challenges that have arisen in the matter of family law as a result of Covid-19. This webinar is aimed to provide information on the current state of Family Court in Ontario, provide helpful tips if you are currently navigating a separation, and offer insights on what to expect in the future.

Russell and Michelle will cover the following topics:

– What’s New in Family Court
– What Hasn’t Changed
– DIY Divorce
– Top 5 Cases You Should Know About
– What to Expect Going Forward
– Q&A

Attendees will have the opportunity to submit their questions to Russell and Michelle for the question-and-answer portion of the webinar. Attendees’ names will remain anonymous.

Registration is complimentary. Reserve your spot now as spaces are limited.


Top 10 Things You Should Know About the Divorce Act Changes

with Russell Alexander & Margie Primero-Pimentel

LSO law society of ontario Accredited
This program contains 1 hour of Professionalism Content.

Wednesday, June 23 – 12:00 pm EST

Registration is now open to attend Family Law Now LIVE. Reserve your spot now as spaces are limited.

Register Now

Our Hosts

Russell Alexander, Founder & Senior Partner

Russell is the Founder and Senior Partner of Russell Alexander Collaborative Family Lawyers firm. With over 20 years of experience, Russell offers a wealth of knowledge and expertise in Collaborative Family Law. In addition to helping clients with separation, divorce, custody, and support issues, Russell oversees the operations of seven offices within the firm. He uses his experience to create unique solutions for each of his clients to enable them and their families to move forward with their lives in a compassionate, collaborative, and client-focused manner.

Margie Primero-Pimentel, Associate Family Lawyer

headshot of margie Margie has over 13 years of experience in Family Law. Margie is passionate about facilitating fair and reasonable settlements for her clients both as a Collaborative Family Law Practitioner and as a Mediator. Margie approaches law in a holistic manner and believes that, as a Family Lawyer, she has a unique opportunity to provide emotionally-intelligent advice to clients that will assist them in moving forward with their lives in a better position with the best interest of her clients and their children in mind.

Webinar Description

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.


Here’s What People are Saying About Family Law Now LIVE

“As always very informative and up-to-date information. As a law clerk I truly enjoy listening to you all and learn as much as I can.” – VZ

“Lots of practical information! I also just realized how valuable it is to have everything anonymous! Very professional and informative! I’m a member of IACP and will suggest to my local practice group and/or professionals that we have some informative webinars on Nebraska Family Law here.” – SP

“The information was very well presented and clear. Enjoy the banter and connection between Russ and Michelle.” – AA

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“Very clear and organized presentation.” – CW

“Q&A was very practical.” – CF

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“Great topics from great speakers – thank you!” – HB

“I enjoyed that they knew what they were talking about without any hesitation to answer questions. They seemed very knowledgeable.” – JM

“Thank you for your presentations! A review of recent case law is always helpful. I also enjoyed the slide show.” – DT

“Good information and resources!”

“Concise summary of Divorce Act changes.”

“Very helpful and informative. More useful and practical than most CPD courses.”

“Loved the clarity and practical approach of your presentations.”

“Good survey of changes to the Divorce Act. Much appreciated!”

“I liked that you included non-lawyers in your audience. Clients have had a lot of questions about the changes to the Divorce Act and how it may impact them. Thank you for sharing this.”

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“Thanks to RA and his team for these contributions to the family law bar and the community generally.”

“Thank you so much! It’s a great way to reach out and learn important facts about family matters, especially during the pandemic time. More power to your amazing team!”

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