Date: Thursday, July 7, 2022
Time: 12:00 – 1:00 pm
Location: The webinar link will be shared with you via email prior to the session start time.
This webinar (hosted by a family lawyer) is a must-attend event for anyone with questions about Family Law in Ontario. Whether you are separated from your spouse and seeking a divorce, or entering into a common-law relationship and considering getting a domestic contract, this webinar will answer your questions.
Participants will learn about the 5 main topics in family law: decision-making (“custody”), parenting schedule (“access”), property division, child support and spousal support. Alternatives to court will also be discussed (e.g. separation agreements, mediation, collaborative practice, mediation-arbitration, court).
Below are some common topics that will be covered:
- How long do you have to live with someone before you are considered common-law partners?
- How long do separated parents need to pay child support?
- Am I guaranteed spousal support if I leave my spouse?
- Do married persons and common-law partners have the same rights?
After the presentation, participants will be able to ask anything they want to know about family law. Participants can use the MS Teams chat box during the webinar and/or send in their questions in advance to the host: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Facilitator: An associate at KPA Lawyers, Sasha Faraone practises exclusively in the area of family law.
Sasha earned her law degree from the University of Ottawa. Prior to law school, she earned a Bachelor of Education from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (O.I.S.E.) at the University of Toronto. She also holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Western Ontario in Management and Organisational Studies, with a specialization in Human Resources. Sasha also received a Certificate in Dispute Resolution from York University and aspires to be a mediator and educator in the not-so-distant future.
Sasha is passionate about family law and is known for her settlement-oriented approach to files. She is keen on resolving as many issues as possible out of court; which reduces both stress and costs for her clients.
Registration required. Current University of Toronto students, staff, faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and their partners are welcome. If you have any access needs to ensure your full participation in this event, please contact the Family Care Office and we will try our best to work with you and make appropriate arrangements.