John Schuman, the host of the Ontario Family Law Podcast, is a recognized expert in the area of getting the voice of children before the courts, mediators and arbitrators.
This “recorded live” episode is about children and how much say they should get in the separation and divorce process. More specifically, it looks at how big a role children should play in the decision about where they live and how much time they spend with each of their parents. This episode was recorded live at an intimate and interactive discussion of family law issues. It is essential listening for parents involved in a separation or divorce.
The podcast describes some important resources on the internet on this topic. Here are the web addresses:
Divorce Source Radio Interview on children in divorce: http://www.divorcesourceradio.com/the-voice-of-a-child-protecting-children-during-divorce/
Children's decisions in health care and divorce: http://www.devrylaw.ca/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/ConsenttoTreatmentandParenting.pdf
How to talk to children at different stages of development: http://www.devrylaw.ca/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/Developmentally-Appropriate-Questions-for-Child-Witnesses.pdf
The Ontario Family Law Podcast is a companion to the book, Guide to the Basics of Ontario Family Law, which is available as an e-book for Amazon Kindle or Kobo, and as an iBook for iPad, iPhone and Mac, or as a paperback for $20.00 (or less) from Amazon and other fine book sellers. The Guide is an easy-to-understand explanation of the basics of all aspects of Ontario Family Law, from a description of Family Court and the other ways to resolve family law matters, to a description of the most important family law topics, to tips on how to avoid common mistakes and succeed after separation.
If you want to know more about your options after separation, make an appointment to speak with Certified Specialist in Family Law, Divorce Lawyer, John Schuman, by calling 416-446-5847, emailing him, or using the contact form below for a quick response. You can also use the form below to comment on the podcast.
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