In The Media

When family law becomes a topic of public interest, our lawyers always join the conversation.

What You Should Know If You Are Married And Living With Your Parents

Getting into the real estate market can be extremely difficult right now, and some couples are opting to live in their parents' home to avoid the chaos. But Multi-generational households may come with their own problems, cautions Diana Isaac. She and Ben Mulroney discuss the potential legal pitfalls adult children may face when they live with their parents.  

5 Financial Priorities For The Newly Divorced

Sever all joint accounts, start saving in your name and create an emergency fund. This thorough list of financial priorities should help set you up for success post-divorce.

The Best Marriage Advice Comes From A Divorce Lawyer

Divorce lawyers understand better than most why marriages end. So why not ask one about how to keep a marriage strong?

Our lawyer Laura Paris shares her best relationship advice with Toronto Sun readers.

Trending: Grey Divorce Continues To Rise In Canada

About 40% of the clients that Shulman Law Firm works with are over the age of 50. Grey divorce is becoming more common in Toronto, and all over Canada, shares family lawyer Diana Isaac, despite the fact that ending a long-term marriage comes with some hard truths.

Average Age Of Divorce Is Rising In Canada

Canadians are redefining what it means to live happily ever after. More married couples in their 50s and 60s are making the decision to end unhappy relationships, and get divorced. This is a positive thing, but as family lawyer Diana Isaac tells Global News, grey divorcees need a good plan.

Can An Adult Child Force A Divorce?

Canadian boxing legend George Chuvalo has been married to his second wife, Joanne, for 25 years. But George's two children say that it's time for the relationship to end. Because George is mentally incapacitated, the kids have power of attorney, and they tried, unsuccessfully, to use that power to obtain a divorce for their dad.

Family lawyer Laura Paris talks about the specifics of this unique case, and explains why it's unlikely that an adult child could force a divorce between parents.