The staff at Russell Alexander Family Lawyers are looking forward to spending time together at their staff Christmas Party this Friday November 30, 2018! The team will be headed to Toronto’s Christmas Market in the Distillery District and afterwards will head to Il Ponte Cucina Italiana for dinner together. Should you need to contact someone at the office on Friday, the offices will be open until 3:00 p.m. Thereafter, all communication will be responded to upon the office’s reopening on Monday December 3rd at 9:00 a.m.… more »
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As the 2018 Holiday Season approaches, we are supporting toy drives at the Bethesda House in Durham Region and A Place Called Home in the City of Kawartha Lakes.
Until December 7, 2018, we are offering a $100.00 discount on our rates for an initial legal consultation at our Brooklin and Lindsay offices.
To qualify, please bring a new, unwrapped toy with you to your consultation and receive a $100.00 off the cost of your consultation. Toys must have an estimated minimum value of $25.00.
For gift ideas and further information about the toy drives, click here
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This week we will review: Taking the Kids to See Grandma This Holiday? Read This First and; Court Declares Excuses “Ludicrous” and “Preposterous”
On Wednesday we a video clip about: The Path to a Successful Divorce
Ajit Roopnarine will be participating in Level 2 Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice Skills Training in Toronto on November 21-23, 2018. We look forward to Ajit obtaining his certification as a collaboratively trained family law lawyer.… more »
Russell Alexander was quoted in a story written by Michael McKieran for Law Times.
Lindsay, Ont. family lawyer Russell Alexander, who was not involved in the case, says Chappel’s lengthy judgment “did a great job addressing a pretty novel argument.”
“She took a really practical approach to the issues, and her analysis addressed each and every argument in detail. I don’t think anyone could say he didn’t get his day in court,” Alexander says.
We are delighted to announce that Russell Alexander and Ajit Roopnarine will be presenting as guest lecturers at Durham College on November 20, 2018. They look forward to this exciting opportunity to share their knowledge and experiences.… more »
This week we will review:
Texas Wife ‘Blows Up’ Marriage Memorabilia to Celebrate Divorce Being Finalized and; Cross-Border Abductions by Parents: Supreme Court Rules on Child’s “Habitual Residence” under the Hague Convention
On Wednesday we have a video clip about: We’re Here to Help
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”.
Day 1 Schedule: (See Afternoon Workshop #2) https://www.fdrio.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/2018_DAY1_Conference-Schedule_v3.pdf
Register before November 19th : https://www.fdrio.ca/product/fdrio-conference-2018-2/… more »
This week we will review: Was Husband in Contempt for Not Achieving the Impossible? and; Did Remorseful Husband Succeed in Ending Arranged Marriage?
On Wednesday we have a video clip about: Finding A Lawyer