News Archives for ‘Firm Events’

Russell I. Alexander Awards 2016 Charitable Giving Fund Grant to Lindsay Girls Hockey Association

Pictured: Lynx Miget team Associate Lawyer Amie Daurio and Ashley Bobay of Russell Alexander, Collaborative Family Lawyers

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Tuesday, November 29, 2016
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Russell I. Alexander Awards 2016 Charitable Giving Fund Grant

Lindsay Girls Hockey Association is excited to receive $835.00.

LINDSAY, ON November 29, 2016 –

A local business has just boosted the Lindsay Girls Hockey Association rep hockey team with a grant of $835.00. The hockey organization was founded in 1998 and celebrating its 17th Year. The Lynx Hockey League and Rep program supports 130 female … more »

Congratulations to the Russell Alexander Team!

Congratulations to the Russell Alexander Family Law Team for raising $1,200.00 for the CIBC Run for the Cure to help fight breast cancer.

The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation funds life-saving research to help women living longer, healthier lives after a breast cancer diagnosis.

Thank you to all of our team members for enthusiastically participating in this cause.… more »

Russell Alexander Family Law Team: CIBC Run for the Cure

The team at Russell Alexander Family Lawyers is looking forward to participating in the Breast Cancer Foundation’s Run for the Cure this Sunday, October 2nd at the Toronto Zoo.

This is a wonderful opportunity to honour families affected by breast cancer, which is one of the most commonly diagnosed cancers in Canada.

Learn more about this event by visiting the Run for the Cure website.… more »

RIA Team Attending 10th Annual Family Law Summit

April 6, 2016

The lawyers at Russell Alexander Collaborative Family Lawyers are excited to be attending the 10th Annual Family Law Summit on April 11 and April 12, 2016. This will be a great opportunity for the lawyers to gain valuable insight into various topics as well as network with colleagues, members of the bench, academics and experts in family law.

The Summit is being chaired by Mary-Jo Maur and Daniel Melamed and will include many interesting topics such as setting aside domestic agreements, tax benefits and credits, and case law updates, just to name a few.… more »

Durham Outlook for the Needy -St. Vincent’s kitchen

We are looking forward to volunteering our time to a worthy cause. In 2016, members of our team will be joining other professionals from the Durham Region Law Association to volunteer at Durham Outlook for the Needy -St. Vincent’s kitchen.… more »

Happy new year!

Given the busy time of the year, we have made extra appointment slots to ensure that you see a lawyer right away. Looking forward to meeting you.… more »

The Week Ahead – November 16th, 2015

This week we will consider Jointly-Retained Experts in Family Law: A Good Idea – But With Limits; and Announce the Recipient of the 2015 Russell Alexander Giving Fund Grant.

On Wednesday we have a Video Clip about ‪Whether a parent has a right to move with a child — the concept of “mobility” in family law‬

Learn more by visiting www.familyllb.com or our main site www.russellalexander.com

Please keep all your great comments and suggestions coming. We appreciate all your input.… more »

City of Kawartha Lakes Lawyers Form New Collaborative Practice Group for Divorcing Couples

Kawartha Haliburton Collaborative Practice is an association of Family Law Counsel, Financial Professionals, Mental Health Professionals and Mediators who work together to highlight and promote the benefits of the Collaborative Process.

The goals of the Kawartha Haliburton Collaborative Practice are to assist divorcing/ common-law spouses and other couples work towards a mutually fair and equitable end to their relationship without the acrimony, anxiety and financial cost that often accompanies litigation, and to protect the integrity and health of family relationships. The Collaborative Practice is not about winners and losers. Our Collaborative Professionals assist the clients to communicate with respect, ultimately … more »