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Christine Marchetti

Family Law, MacDonald & Partners LLP

Christine completed her undergraduate degree at St. Michael’s College, University of Toronto, where she graduated with Distinction. She studied law at the University of Western Ontario and was admitted to the Ontario Bar in 2005. She volunteered at Community Legal Services on campus, where she developed her advocacy skills. Christine first became interested in family law while working for a general practice firm during her articles. Christine further developed her advocacy skills while working at a North Toronto firm specializing in family law before joining MacDonald & Partners. She focuses on all aspects of family law, with a particular interest in custody and access issues. Christine is dedicated to client needs and takes a reasonable and practical approach to her practice. Christine is fluent in Italian.
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How Facebook Can Be Used Against You in Divorce Court

In the field of divorce litigation, social networking is helpful in uncovering information that could assist a party's case. A spouse can learn information about the payor spouse's financial situation. Did he just buy a new vehicle? Was she looking at a cottage property? And a payor spouse can learn about a recipient's situation. Did he/she just update their relationship status?
07/16/2012 12:01 EDT