Ontario Family Law Podcast
This episode of the Family Law Podcast is the third in a series that goes over the Ontario Family Court Process step by step. In this episode, Certified Specialist in Family Law, and top divorce lawyer, John Schuman, goes over the conduct of trials in family court. He explains trials step by step from trial preparation, to opening statements, through how witnesses give evidence and the parties making objections to evidence and then to closing statements. There are a lot of rules for conducting trials and John goes over the most important ones.
Conducting a Family Law Trial requires a lot of skill and knowldge. Many people get into trouble at court for not doing things the right way. Losing a trial can have very serious consequences. This podcast gives some pointers on what to expect at trial and gives some tips about how to present a case a trial. It will be extremely helpful to anyone who is about to embark on a trial in Family Court.
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.
Hundreds of people tune into the Ontario Family Law Podcast every month to get valuable pointers on family law, divorce and separation issues. Please feel free to share this podcast with your social network using the sharing buttons below. If you would like to contact John Schuman, host of the Ontario Family Law Podcast, either call 416-446-5847, email him or fill out form below and click “send.”
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