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Approximately 1720 pages
1 volume bound
softcover
2018-08-14
Carswell

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Consolidated Ontario Family Law Statutes and Regulations 2018-2019 (Print + ProView)
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Stay current on the latest developments in the Ontario Family Law Act

This portable softcover gives you fast, convenient access to all family law statutes and regulations commonly used by the family law practitioner and the student of Ontario family law. In one resource, you get complete coverage with the full text of all key statutes and regulations in the Ontario family law field including Children's Law Reform Act, Civil Marriage Act, Divorce Act, Family Law Act, Family Law Rules, and more. Quickly access the exact information you need with a section-by-section Table of Contents and a comprehensive Index. Consolidated Ontario Family Law Statutes and Regulations 2018-2019 also includes Tables of Concordance for the Child and Family Services Act, Family Law Act, Marriage Act, and Partition Act.

New in this edition

  • Child, Youth and Family Services Act, 2017 (Bill 89, 2016) [came into force on April 30, 2018]. The new legislation brings on significant changes to child protection laws and to terminology.
  • New Regulations accompanying the Child, Youth and Family Services Act, 2017.
  • Changes to the Family Law Rules – new and amended rules pertaining to applications, motions and service of documents including:
    • Electronic Filling, New Rule – R. 1.1(1) allows permission to file and issue documents electronically. Includes an application for divorce R. 36(6.1).
    • Openness order, New Rule – R. 8(8.1)(a), (b), and (c) allows for special service on the child if he or she is 12 years of age or older, the child’s lawyer if any, and the Children’s Lawyer.
    • Costs, New Rule – R. 24(12.1) requires any claim respecting “fees or expenses” to be supported by documentation satisfactory to the court.

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About the Author
Brahm D. Siegel was called to the Bar of Ontario in 1995 and founded the firm of Nathens, Siegel three months later. He is a member of the Canadian Bar Association, is certified by the Law Society as a Specialist in Family Law. He is a co-author of McLeod's Ontario Family Law Rules Annotated and he is also the author of the chapters on divorce, procedure and alternative dispute resolution for the family law Licensing Process at the Law Society where he was an instructor for six years. Mr. Siegel has also been published in the Canadian Family Law Quarterly.

Mr. Siegel has been trained in Collaborative Family Law, and in March 2009 was appointed as a Dispute Resolution Officer in the family court of the Superior Court of Justice in Toronto.

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