The court literally scrutinized the various emails, using the information to draw conclusions about each party's state of mind and ability to parent.
Russell Alexander is a graduate of the University of Toronto and obtained his law degree from Osgoode Hall Law School. Russell was called to the Bar by the Law Society of Upper Canada in 1998 and commenced his practice, Russell Alexander Family Lawyers, in Lindsay, Ontario where he works exclusively on divorce law and family related matters, including custody, spousal support, child support and divorce. Russell now has three offices located in southern Ontario in Markham, Whitby, and the City of Kawartha Lakes and is a member of several Collaborative Practice groups.
Russell is a frequent speaker at various conferences including the Ontario Bar
Association’s Annual Solo and Small Firm Conference; the American Bar Association’s Tech Show; the Ontario Collaborative Law Federation Conference; the Family Dispute Resolution Institute of Ontario and was the Chair of the Law Society of Upper Canada’s Family Law and Technology program.
As a divorce attorney, I've seen marriages dissolve for reasons that run from the trivial to the deadly serious. But there's one cause of divorce that seems to draw the most attention: adultery. Perhaps because we consider marriage to be a contract of love, adultery seems like the most serious abrogation of a couple's vows to each other.
06/02/2017 09:19 EDT
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