News Archives for ‘In the Media’

FamilyLLB.com Celebrates 2013 Clawbie Award

Russell Alexander Collaborative Family Lawyers is pleased to announce that its Family LLB blog has received a 2013 Clawbie (Canadian Law Blog Award) in the Best Practitioner Blogs category.

Started back in November, 2009, Family LLB is written by our firm’s founder, Russell Alexander. Russell draws upon his nearly twenty years of experience helping clients who are going through a separation or divorce, and writes on a variety of related topics.

The goal behind Family LLB has always been to educate readers about Ontario family law topics. We seek to answer common divorce law questions, highlight legal … more »

Justice Brownstone interviews Russell Alexander for Family Matters TV this month

In Justice Brownstone’s best-selling book Tug of War, he says that except for a limited category of situations, going to family court should be a last resort. Everyone knows that family court litigation is time-consuming, expensive, complicated, highly stressful and often unpredictable. In this much-anticipated episode of Family Matters, Justice Brownstone and Russell Alexander will elaborate on the alternatives to family court: mediation, collaborative law, and other innovative modalities that can help parents in dispute make peace, not war.
Justice Brownstone and Russell will review the ‘nuts and bolts’ of Collaborative Family Practice and how this model is increasingly being … more »

Russell Alexander to Appear on Family Matters TV with Justice Harvey Brownstone

We are pleased to announce that Russell Alexander has been invited to appear on Family Matters TV with Justice Harvey Brownstone.

Family Matters with Justice Harvey Brownstone is an online TV program with a focus on a multiplicity of issues affecting contemporary North American life, with a particular emphasis on the interplay between relationships and the justice system: internet dating, addictions, prenups, mental health, adoption, surrogate parenting, same-sex relationships, multicultural relationships, parenting after separation and divorce, mediation, child neglect and abuse, child and spousal support – and this is just the tip of the iceberg! Hosted by an actual … more »