My ex-spouse refuses to amend the schedule and allow me …

May 17th, 2019

Taking the children away on a vacation is a frequent source of conflict after separation, and the subject of many Family Court motions. The non-travelling parent may be jealous or fear that the trip could give the travelling parent the advantage of having a better relationship with a child. Judges, on the other hand, aren’t […]

I Have Children From a Previous Relationship. I’ve Si …

January 31st, 2019

In recent years, it has become more common place to see “complex” families where one (or more parents) have children with several other parents, or is a step-parent to children in other families.  Therefore, how child support is calculated when one parent has children with several other parents is an increasingly common question. The solution […]

Denied Access To Your Child? Here’s What You Need To …

December 12th, 2016

Breaking up, as they say, is hard to do.  Where there are children in the equation, the question of a parent’s access to the child(ren) can add substantially to the hardship.  All too often, the animosity associated with separation leads one parent to frustrate the other’s access to the child(ren). In the following, we discuss […]

Do I Have To Go To Court For A Divorce?

July 16th, 2015

Do I Have To Go To Court For A Divorce?- Divorce Mediation Do I Have To Go To Court For A Divorce? Todd Slonim is a family lawyer and Toronto divorce lawyer practicing family law at the Toronto law firm of Devry Smith Frank LLP. In this video, Todd Slonim talks with Joe Terceira about […]

Family Law Seminar January 20, 2015

July 16th, 2015

Family Law Seminar January 20, 2015 – Video Archive Loading Player 1. Introduction – John P. Schuman (00.00) 2. Equalization of "What?" – Property Division on Marriage Breakdown – F. Timothy Deeth (02.40) 3. Equalization of net family properties and Common Law Couples – Michelle Farb (16.07) 4. Weird and Archaic Solutions to Bad Financial […]

Divorce – How Moving Out Affects Your Child Custo …

June 16th, 2015

How Moving Out Affects Your Child Custody Agreement Divorce – How Moving Out Affects Your Child Custody Agreement In this video, John provides some insights on how moving out of your home can have an affect on your rights to child custody and your child custody agreement during his interview at the Real Estate 101 […]

From Child Support Woes to Spousal Support: DSF’s Fam …

May 13th, 2015

From Child Support Woes to Spousal Support: DSF’s Family Law Seminar From Child Support Woes to Spousal Support: DSF’s Family Law Seminar This past summer, as part of Devry Smith Frank’s Family Law Seminar, Toronto Family Lawyers touched on prominent issues from child support woes to spousal support. Toronto family lawyer, John Schuman introduced the […]

F. Timothy Deeth

February 12th, 2015

TORONTO FIRST RESPONDERS LAWYER In addition to being a first responder lawyer, Tim has been practicing Real Estate law for close to 40 years, primarily in the area of residential purchase and sales, and mortgage refinancing. Realizing that the purchase of a home is probably the single largest investment most people will ever make, Tim […]

John P. Schuman

February 12th, 2015

TORONTO FIRST RESPONDERS LAWYER John P. Schuman is certified a specialist in family law and a first responder lawyer. He is an experienced and respected family lawyer, education lawyer and children’s rights lawyer. John Schuman is the partner heading the family law group at Devry Smith Frank LLP and he has earned the respect of […]

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