Family law in Ontario has developed an effort to keep disputes outside of the court room, wherever possible. Going to court with your divorce should really be the last resort because it may be slow and expensive, as court cases get backed up and the work load of judges increases. Further, the court battles leave the decision making to a third party judge and often take the power away from you to make important decisions about your own lives and financial affairs. You have options aside from court proceedings.
Hosted by: Dan Couvrette, CEO, Divorce Magazine
Guest speaker: Family Lawyers â€ Ken Nathens and Brahm Siegel
About our guest speakers
Ken Nathens is the founding and managing partner of Nathens, Siegel. He has been practicing family law exclusively since 1994. He has also written extensively on family law issues, including numerous published articles in Divorce Magazine. He offers frequent lectures on family law issues. He can be reached at (416) 222-6980.
Brahm D. Siegel, a partner at Nathens, Siegel, is certified by the Law Society as a Specialist in Family Law. He is a mediator, arbitrator and a collaborative practitioner. He has written extensively in the area of family law and divorce. He is the author of the chapters on divorce, procedure and alternative dispute resolution for the family law Licensing Process at the Law Society where he was an instructor for six years. He can be reached at (416) 222-6980.
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