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Handling a Family Law Matter in Ontario (Print + ProView online)
Par : Gary S. Joseph, LL.B., LL.M., C.S.
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This comprehensive resource provides guidance to the lawyer or law clerk handling a family law matter in Ontario.

This is an all-in-one practical guide that enables the lawyer or law clerk to handle a family law matter in Ontario. The work is a comprehensive guide organized in the order a family law lawyer may confront the issues in a typical family law file. Each chapter begins with a discussion of the law, procedure and the issues that may arise. This discussion is meant to give a practical background in the subject with tips for the practitioner. The discussion is then followed with checklists, precedents and forms - the practical tools to enable the lawyer or law clerk to do his or her job. An optional feature for subscribers to this publication is a CD-ROM that makes available all the included checklists, precedents and forms in an electronic format with a tab-down feature for quick completion.

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À propos de l'auteur

Gary S. Joseph is a partner at MacDonald and Partners in Toronto. He is a certified specialist in family law with an LL.M. in constitutional law. He was called to the bar in Ontario in 1978, and is also a member of the Alberta bar. Mr. Joseph has extensive trial and appellate experience at all levels of the courts in Ontario and Alberta. He lectures frequently in family law, has been an instructor in family law for the Bar Admission course, and has published many articles on family law. He was a founding lecturer for the Family Information Session program of the Superior Court of Justice and was recognized by the Chief Justice for his efforts in this regard. Mr. Joseph is the author of Handling a Family Law Matter in Ontario, and a co-author of many other publications by Thomson Reuters.