The Canadian Bar Association with 13,000 members across Canada wants a rebuttable presumption applied with respect to simplifying the calculation of child support under the Child Support Guidelines. They recently wrote in 2021 to Canada’s Minister of Justice urging reform to incorporate the concept of “rebuttable presumption”. Shared parenting advocates have been calling for that term to be applied to parenting laws. Toronto family law lawyer, Gene C. Colman, a veteran advocate for a rebuttable presumption of equal shared parenting, relishes the CBA adoption of this term. The U.S. based National Parents Organization interviewed Gene C. Colman on July 22, 2021, to find out what this means for families in Canada and what are the next steps to ensure shared parenting is implemented in Canada.
On July 16th, we presented a very well attended webinar entitled, “GRANDPARENT ALIENATION: HOW DO WE ADDRESS IT?” I present here the recording, the powerpoint presentation, and my speaking notes.
POWERPOINT FOR GRANDPARENT ALIENATION WEBINAR (Be patient. It takes a while to download.)
On June 25th, we presented the very important and useful webinar entitled, “FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE IN ONTARIO’S COURTS: WHAT’S THE BIG FUSS ABOUT?”. I present here the recording, the powerpoint presentation, and my speaking notes.
On May 7th, we conducted our Equal Shared Parenting Webinar. The first title below is the recording of the webinar. The second title is the powerpoint presentation.