Thomson, Rogers Welcomes New Associate Camelia Amiri

camelia amiri new associate The partners of Thomson, Rogers are pleased to welcome Camelia Amiri to the firm. Camelia will be working with Patrick Schmidt, George Karahotzitis, Melanie Larock and Rebecca Organ in our Family Law Group.

Best Lawyers in Canada 2019

best lawyers in canada 2019 - 13th edition We are proud to announce that 16 Thomson, Rogers partners have been selected for inclusion in the 13th Edition of The Best LawyersTM in Canada. Since it was first published in 1983, Best Lawyers® has become universally regarded as the definitive guide to legal excellence. Best Lawyers lists are compiled based on an exhaustive peer-review evaluation. Almost 87,000 industry … Continued

9 Tips for Using Social Media During a Separation

By Jennifer Kingdon, BA/B.Ed, MDiv. Marriage and Family Counseling, Kingdon and Associates

male on social media Social media has become an integral part of our lives. We use it to connect with friends and family. We post about our hobbies, our politics, our daily interactions and we celebrate successes and commiserate over losses. But if you are about to go through a separation or divorce, it’s time to think about your … Continued

Thomson, Rogers Welcomes New Associate Rebecca Organ

Posted September 1, 2017

Rebecca Organ, associate with Thomson, Rogers' Family Law Group The partners of Thomson, Rogers are pleased to announce that articling student, Rebecca Organ is now an associate with the firm. Rebecca will be working with Patrick Schmidt, George Karahotzitis and Melanie Larock in our Family Law Group.  

The Imputation of Income: An art or a science?

Law Society of Ontario: Advanced Issues in Spousal Support |September 31, 2016

George Karahotzitis and Melanie Larock, best family law lawyers Thomson, Rogers’ family lawyers, George Karahotizitis and Melanie Larock, presented on the topic of “Imputation of Income” at the Law Society of Ontario on September 30, 2016. Below is a brief intro to their paper. “Imputed income matters. The reason why income had to be imputed matters.”1 The imputation of income is a determination of fact, … Continued