The Conduct of the Trial

June 28th, 2014 by John Schuman

Podcast #16 – The Conduct of the Trial.

DSF Ontario Family Law-Podcasts by John P. Schuman

The Ontario Family Law Podcast is hosted by Certified Specialist in Family Law, Ontario family lawyer, mediator, arbitrator and collaborative lawyer, John Schuman. John is also the author of the Guide to the Basics of Ontario Family Law, which is available on Amazon.

This episode of the Family Law Podcast is the third in a series that covers the Ontario Family Court process. In this episode, Certified Specialist in Family Law, John Schuman, explains the conduct of trials in family court. He explains trial preparation, opening statements, how witnesses present evidence, objections made by parties, and closing statements.

The Conduct of the Trial in Family Court

Conducting a Family Law Trial requires skill and knowledge. Many people get into trouble at court for not doing things the right way and losing a trial can have very serious consequences. This podcast gives some insight on what to expect at trial and tips about how to present a case at trial. It is extremely helpful to anyone who is about to embark on a trial in Family Court.

The Conduct of the Trial | Ontario Family Law Podcast

This is in the Ontario Family Law Podcast.  My name is John Schuman.  You can reach me at www.devrylaw.ca or by calling 416-446-5847.  I hope that you found this discussion of family court procedure helpful.  We will talk again soon about other family law topics.  Thanks for listening.

 


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