Child Custody

How to Win or Resolve a Parenting Dispute.

Q&A By John T. Syrtash, Associate,Garfin Zeidenberg LLP, a Toronto family law lawyer for the past 39  years. Question:  I was married for almost ten years and have a son six years old. My wife was having an affair with my son’s Godfather, which resulted in a baby girl’s birth. The truth came out about the matter and…

How a Family Law Lawyer in Toronto would address a potential international divorce and child custody case with the changes to Canadian Divorce act, March 1, 2021.

        By John T. Syrtash, Associate, Garfin Zeidenberg LLP, a Toronto family law lawyer for the past 38 years. John Syrtash is an associate and family law lawyer with the Toronto firm of GARFIN ZEIDENBERG LLP. Question: I’m a girl from India and also new in Canada, so I don’t know about…

Don’t Fool Yourself: Use a Lawyer #2

By John T. Syrtash, Associate, Garfin Zeidenberg LLP, a Toronto family law lawyer for the past 38  years. Parenting Issues Question:  I can’t take it anymore. I just want to move out and take my small kids with me.  Can I do that? Answer: If you are a victim of violence and/or your children are…

Video 3: Family law disputes during COVID-19 and changes to parenting conflicts in the Divorce Act.

Click here to see the three-part video series. In this third video of a three-part video series, we will provide essential insight into the significant amendments to the Canadian Divorce Act coming March 1, 2012. See our YouTube channel. Read the article at: https://freemychild.ca/leap-before-yo… By John T. Syrtash, Associate, Garfin Zeidenberg LLP, a Toronto family…

Leap before you think. Family law disputes during COVID-19 and changes to parenting conflicts in the Divorce Act.

Stay positive and informed for your kids’ sake. In this article, we will suggest how to maintain a positive attitude, with proposed general rules of self-control, useful legal Information about Separation options and limitations during the COVID-19 crisis, and essential insight into the significant amendments to the Canadian Divorce Act coming originally scheduled for March…

How will parenting arrangements change in Canada on March 1, 2020? And will it make a difference?

  Q & A: How will parenting arrangements change in Canada on March 1, 2021? And will it make a difference? By John T. Syrtash, Associate, Garfin Zeidenberg LLP, a Toronto family law lawyer for the past 38  years. Question: What is the real difference between Sole Custody, Primary Caregiver, Joint Custody, and Shared Custody…

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