How to Win in Family Court: When to Fight It Out in Court and How to Persuade the Judge When You Do


In this video from the TV Show, Family Matters with Justice Harvey Brownstone, Certified Specialist in Family Law, Lawyer John Schuman, discusses Family Court with Justice Harvey Brownstone.  This video gives you tips on how get what you want in your family law case.  They start by talking whether Family Court is the best way to resolve your divorce, child custody, support or other family law dispute.  There are alternatives to court.  But sometimes you really do need to fight it out in court, by going to trial or taking on your ex spouse in the court room.  Justice Brownstone and John Schuman discuss when you need to battle it out in court… and the consequences for the loosing side in that battle.

  

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If you are going to fight it out in court, you need to understand how to persuade a judge that you are the one who is right.  In court, what you can prove is more important that what you say, even if you have a lot of people cheering you on in the courtroom.  Justice Brownstone and John Schuman discuss winning and losing strategies in family court.  Learn everything you need to know to win in family court by watching this video.  To learn how to lose in family court, check out this page.  If you are in court, fighting it out, it is also important to understand the family court process, which John Schuman explains in this video.


For a lot more information on family court, and Ontario Family Law, get a copy of this easy-to-understand best-selling book on Ontario Family Law, the same one featured on Family Matters with Justice Brownstone


If you know people who need to know how to defend their rights, or win their case in family court, share this video by using the buttons at the bottom of the page.   If you need help in Ontario Family Court, contact John Schuman using the form below or call 416-446-4036.

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