Russell Alexander Collaborative Family Lawyers is proud to welcome associate lawyer, Rick Peticca to the firm. Over his 13 year career in law, Rick focuses on all aspects of family law and matrimonial law by helping clients find resolution on a myriad of areas which include child-related matters, support, and property issues and also in drafting and finalizing domestic contracts – cohabitation agreements, marriage contracts, paternity agreements, and separation agreements.
While in law school, Rick worked with the Family Law Project in his second year by working at the Ontario Court of Justice in Toronto (both at the Ontario Court … more »
This week we will review Five Things to Know Before Getting a Divorce in Ontario During a Pandemic; and “Weekend Times are Crucial” as Court Chooses Hebrew School Option That Leaves Child’s Sundays Free
Wednesday’s Video: Ontario Child Support During Pandemic
Russell Alexander Collaborative Family Lawyers is proud to welcome, Brittany as our newest associate lawyer. In 2016, she was called to the Ontario Bar and in 2017, she was called to the Newfoundland and Labrador Bar. She worked as an associate lawyer at a full-service law firm in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, where she established a successful family law practice and had the opportunity to work on several high-profile criminal and civil litigation matters.
She is passionate about social justice issues and has undertaken specialized training to provide trauma-informed legal services to harm survivors. Brittany has previously worked in … more »
Russell Alexander Offers Tips for Divorcing in Ontario During the Coronavirus Pandemic
Lawyers say couples should be prepared, as courtroom procedures have changed
With marriages strained by the coronavirus pandemic, interest in divorce is spiking. But divorce lawyer Russell Alexander warns that couples seeking to separate need to be prepared for a much different process than that which pre-dated the pandemic. Alexander is author of the new book, “Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Divorce,” which he delayed the release of just to include a special bonus chapter on divorcing during a pandemic.