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Russ caught up with Carola Vyhnak from the Toronto Star to share tips and advice on navigating a divorce without going broke. Check out the full article here.
He also talked about his new book, “Everything You Need to Know About Divorce,” hitting shelves later this year. In the book, Russ discusses options such as alternative dispute resolution, four-way settlement meetings and collaborative practice, which his experience has shown to be less contentious and less stressful ways for a couple to make tough decisions on mutually-owned property, custody arrangements, alimony and child support.
Seasoned attorney Russell Alexander shares what he’s often asked at his practice
LINDSAY, ONTARIO—In his second book, noted Ontario family lawyer Russell Alexander has taken aim at the questions he faces most frequently by clients considering a divorce.
In “Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Divorce,” which hits shelves in early 2020, the Ontario divorce attorney gives a comprehensive overview of everything you need to know about divorce, from the basics of choosing a law firm to alternatives of going to court, to the legal process itself.
“Divorce law can be complicated and confusing,” said Alexander. “It’s especially hard … more »