Ontario Family Law Podcast
Domestic violence is a frequent topic in family law matters because that violence can be the cause, or the result, of a breakdown in a relationship. When it occurs, it can profoundly affect all the members of the family – all the adults and the children.
This edition of the podcast focuses on the critical things that people who have violence in their relationship must know. It discusses:
- getting help
- the response by authorities - both police and children’s aid societies
- restraining orders
- family mediation where there is domestic violence, and -
- how to get help from a family lawyer, even if your partner is controlling all the money.
This episode will be of great assistance to people in violent relationships and it will complement the information available from shelters, domestic abuse counsellors, therapists, distress lines, the police, and other agencies that are available to assist people in fleeing domestic violence to protect themselves and their children.
Thousands of people tune into the Ontario Family Law Podcast every month to get valuable pointers on family law, divorce and separation issues. It is also available on iTunes. The Ontario Family Law Podcast is a companion to this easy-to-understand book on the Basics of Ontario Family Law, which is also available as a $9.99 ebook from Amazon (Canada) and Kobo or as and iBook for iPad, iPhone or Mac For a more comprehensive explanation to family law issues, and a guide to Ontario’s Family Courts, download a copy immediately, or order a copy from Amazon, or request it at your favourite bookstore.
The host of the Ontario Family Law Podcast, John Schuman, is a Certified Specialist in Family Law and Divorce Trial Lawyer, mediator, arbitrator and collaborative lawyer, practicing in Toronto at Devry Smith Frank LLP, which is a full service law firm with several excellent lawyers in family law. If you would like to contact John Schuman, either call 416-446-5847, email him or fill out form below and click “send.” We respond promptly whenever someone contacts us.
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