What Is A Case Conference In Family Law?

What Is A Case Conference In Family Law?

Watch this episode with real estate agent Joe Terceira, and Toronto family lawyer Todd Slonim where Todd will discuss and define a case conference in family law.

Normally in a case conference, there is usually a first meeting with the judge. In family law proceedings in Ontario, the first date for the judge is supposed to be a case conference which is an informal meeting among the parties, lawyers and a judge. The case conference can be held in the chambers, a meeting or an open court.

– How long does it take to schedule a case conference?
– What is the main purpose of a case conference?
– What materials must be prepared in advance of a case conference?
– What is a judge looking forward in order to make a case conference productive?

Todd answers all these questions regarding case conferences in family law.

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