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Family arbitration is a very different process from mediation, and yet they are often confused. Arbitration is a process whereby… Continue Reading Exploring Your Options in Dispute Resolution: Family Arbitration
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FDRIO’s recent Unconference on May 4th introduced legal professionals to the perspective of LGBTQ+ parents in family law. Guest speakers… Continue Reading Transforming Family Law: Legal Education and Transgender Parents
On January 29, 2016, I went ‘live on-air’ on Voces Latinas, a Spanish radio talk show in Toronto to talk… Continue Reading Mediate 393 on “Voces Latinas” Radio in Toronto
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Deciding to separate is just the first of many difficult decisions facing co-parents. Once it is evident that the relationship… Continue Reading Cohabitating After Separation and Nesting: Considerations for High Conflict Co-Parents