CAREER OPPORTUNITY with Family Law Group

    We are seeking a highly motivated Associate to join our active and growing Family Law group. A strong work ethic and excellent academic credentials will be essential to the successful candidate. If you are interested in practising family law in a dynamic law firm specializing in advocacy, your letter of application, resume and references should … Continued

    Family Lawyer

      We are seeking a highly motivated Associate to join our active and growing Family Law group. A strong work ethic and excellent academic credentials will be essential to the successful candidate. If you are interested in practising family law in a dynamic law firm specializing in advocacy, your letter of application, resume and references should … Continued

      Meet George Karahotzitis – Family Lawyer

        Watch this short biography video and get to know family lawyer George Karahotzitis, a partner with the Toronto law firm of Thomson Rogers. George’s practice is devoted to litigation with an emphasis on matrimonial litigation and matters involving commercial disputes.

        Family Law Pleadings

          Proper pleadings are essential in all litigation, including family law litigation. Pleadings define the matters in issue and the scope of disclosure and questioning under the Family Law Rules.  The pleading is one of the most important documents that will be prepared yet the art of a carefully and properly drafted pleading is becoming a … Continued

          Family Law Group

            It’s essential to know your rights and obligations in marriage, cohabitation, separation and divorce and how to proceed to enforce those rights, meet the obligations and protect your future. Family law probably impacts more Canadians than all other areas of law combined. As an example, divorce affects nearly half of Canadian marriages, and can be … Continued

            Property Issues in Family Law

              Many claim that Kerr v. Baranow invented a new claim and established the “joint family venture” as a way of proving unjust enrichment. There is nothing new about the notion of a joint family venture in which both parties contribute to their overall accumulation of wealth. View PDF of presentation.