Cited by John-Paul Boyd in Slaw, “Russell Alexander posted some comments yesterday on the recent decision in Kirby v Kirby that has given me pause for thought. As Alexander describes things, this case required an almost inconceivable 17 years to get to a final order, including a 10-day trial, due in part to the wife’s lack of representation.” Read full article here… more »
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Russell Alexander Collaborative Family Lawyers brought toys, joy, and a $500 donation to A Place Called Home. Thank you to everyone who came by the Lindsay office to drop off new unwrapped toys for the first annual toy drive! See photos below…
Left to right: Ajit, Russell Alexander, David, Karen, Dani… more »
Russell Alexander was interviewed for a story written by Marg. Bruineman for Law Times.
Many of the changes to the Divorce Act, including the move away from the language such as sole custody and access, which he describes as fighting words locking people into positions, toward the gentler parenting time has largely been adopted by family lawyers…
“It’s really child-focused legislation,” he says. “Ultimately, it’s going to be better for families.”
Russell Alexander is looking forward to attending the Family Dispute Resolution Institute of Ontario (FDRIO) 2018 Conference: Through the Lens of Change. He will be co-presenting with Carrie Heinzl and Carolyn McAlpine on “Interdisciplinary Models of Collaborative Challenging Cases”.