When family law becomes a topic of public interest, our lawyers always join the conversation.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie just released their first joint divorce statement (and TBH, it felt weird to write that but then we remembered that 2016 was effectively the year that celebrity love died), saying in a statement obtained by People that they will be “engaging a private judge to make any necessary legal decisions and to facilitate the expeditious resolution of any remaining issues.”
January is sometimes referred to as "divorce month." Diana Isaac of Shulman Law Firm is invited on to Newstalk 1010 to explain why more people split after the winter holidays.
It's not merely a coincidence that divorce rates spike in January. Diana Isaac of Shulman Law Firm P.C helps 680 News listeners understand the reasons why more couples part ways at the beginning of each year.
Ron Shulman of Shulman Law Firm sat down with CP24's Stephen Ralph LeDrew to talk about the law firm's continued involvement with The CP24 CHUM Christmas Wish.
Dozens of couples are left wondering if they are still legally married after finding out their minister is a fraud. Katherine Robinson explains what is likely to happen to them in the Toronto Star.
Proportionality has become a central tenet in civil litigation in Ontario, and legal forums are debating whether it can be extended to family law.